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The Jewish Floridian ( June 30, 1950 )

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m|H^ ihdlie\wiisltUEI|jDipidliiaun KjWE 23-NUMBER 26 UJA Leaders Deny Proposal To Halt Immigration To Israel For 6 Months MEW YORK, (JTA) — Julian Jewish Agency, we were told that to Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS the failure of American Jews Venezky, chairman of the Rational Campaign Cabinet, and V muel Rothberg, chairman for provide sufficient dollars immed"rial gifts, of the United Jewish %  iately would create very grave thatl difficulties for the entire country. "We do not believe that the funds available at the present time through the United Jewish Appeal are adequate to meet the critical needs of a 'ncw or never denied this week ,hev hud made a P r P sal in Is'ael last week that immigration foe suspended for six months. The |l'j\ leaders returned by plane %  from the Jewish state last week. A New York Times dispatch I immigration that cannot be kept ff.l A..;.> rt.iHIicWorl 1^1 Kolmir 1 r \ (HKI B mnnth J( <\* TAHH, Tel Aviv published last I week stated that the two leaders |of the United Jewish Appeal had I urged a temporary halt in imI migration to Israel to give American Jews a "breather" in their Iftind-raising efforts for the UJA. "Any proposal for limiting imI migration at the present time is unthinkable and highly danger... the statement issued by I Rjthberg and Venezky declared. "In conferences with leaders of below 15,000 a month. If the Jews of the United States fail to act quickly, Israel itself will be overKlan Will Try Fr Monibors In \ ai ions Capital WASHINGTON, (JTA) The Ku Klux Klan has opened a recruiting drive in Washington tc organize 3.500 members from among government workers, it was learned this week. Recruiting organizers have arrived her,e from Atlanta. Ga., it was reliably reported. This development follows a preliminary visit made here recently by Samuel Roper, former police officer who is Imperial Wizard of the Association of Georgia Klans. whelmed and everything we have I Roper was told by sympathizers tried to build will blow up in ourj here that 3,500 new members could easily be enlisted here in less than 60 days. A tentative goal has been set at that figure. Roper said recently that Klan faces. We have seen the Jews from Iraq, Rumania, Poland and from other countires as they have Been coming into Israel. We are convinced that our entire outlook must be changed and that the 150,000 immigration figure that was adopted early this year must Israel government and the i be sharply revised upward." Temple Isaiah Buys Land For Building Of House of Worship NCRAC Meets With Tribune Officials, Analyze Propaganda Character Of Story NEW YORK, (JTA) — The Nai tional Community Relations AdCommittee, the American Jewish visorv Council, which is the Congress. Jewish Labor Commiteoordinating body of all Jewish tee a "d the Anti-Defamation organizations combatting anti! League met with the senior Semitism, revealed that immediexecutives of the Tribune, ately after the article appeared "At this meeting the article in the Chicago Tribune representwas analyzed from the standpoint atives of the American Jewish of its propaganda character," the N.C.R.A.C. reported. "It was pointed out that in the association of exclusively Jewish names, in linking of Zionism and Communism and lurid references to suicides and mysterious deaths vaguely associated with the individuals named in the article, the writer had followed the I 'hleago Tribune ApoU£izes To Jewish troups CHICAGO, (JTA)-TheChica| ( go Tribune this week apologized | pattern of Goebbels and proto Jewish organizations for a, f P i nn:i i anti-Semites in the and Indiana. The board of directors of Temple Isaiah approved the purchase of a lot on 86th St. and Byron Ave. for the purpose of building a house of worship. Siegfried Geismar, president, anpainted a building committee, consisting of A. J. Harris, Benjamin Tupler, Joseph Rosenthal, and Abe Schonfeld, to proceed with definite plans for the construction of the building. The parcel of land consists of two adjoining lots totaling 100 x 187 feet Present plans call for the construction of a chapel, which will be built at the far end of the lot. Large enough to accommodate 300 worshipers, it will also contain classrooms for the religious school, rabbi's study, rest rooms and kitchen. Over-all plans call for the building of a large edifice as a temple. The chapel will then be used as an auditorium and religious school. Temple Isaiah, the only Reform Jewish ccVgregation in Miami Beach, first opened its doors in June 1948 in an old mansion at 4925 Collins Ave., subsequently Mum Clearance Program Wins Bv ,I.:II; Votes Miami's citizenry went to the polls Tuesday and overrode a city majority on slum clearance. A total of 14,246 votes were cast for large scale redevelopment of the city's slum area with federal aid under the 1949 housing act and public low rent housing tor low income families living in the blighted areas. There were 10,410 votes against the program. The referndum .attracted 24,884 voters to the polls, but 228 did not record their choice. The mandate, forced by a successful petition campaign, has the effect of law. The city commission must now approve an application for an advance of federal funds. moved to the Miami Beach Realty Board Building at 1065 Dade Blvd. and is presently using the YM & WHA of Miami Beach building at 1536 Bay Road for its religious purposes. organizations for a f ess ional anti-Semites noper saia recenuy mat Man front-page article asserting that I United States." recruiting was progressing "nice|upreme Court Justice Felix Following tnis mce ting. the four ly" in Mississippi and Florida and Frankfurter. Henry Mo. genthau naliona Jewish agencies se nt a was "picking up" in northern l'*^ Sen. Herbert H. Lehman i etter to j. Loy Malonev managstates. especially Pennsylvania c ? n ,f tu ed c ^. .'^"^M! mg editor of the Tribune, stating of the United States The article £ h %  be and has appeared May 29 under a Washb interpreted as employing ington dateline. anti-Semitism for political purThe apology was made in the poses ." Emphasizing that they do form of a letter addressed by no j question the right of an> J. Loy Maloney. managing editor news paper to express its political of the paper, to the Chicago chapphilosophy and do not seek to 1 1 circumscribe the Tribune's right to criticize individuals in public life regardless of their race, color Cornerstone Ceremony Plans are being made by the I rumaii. Mc<*rath Praise Perlman WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Solicitor General Philip B. Perlman this week drew high praise from President Truman and Attorney General J. Howard McGrath. Mr. McGarth announced that ters of the American Committee, American Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Commit; tee and Anti-Defamation League V lr ; j of B'nai B'rith. However, the Perlman successfully represented I j r was not published ln the thn Ont;nrnm*>nt r\pfr\r thp Nil ,_. the government before the Su; chicag0 Tri bune preme Court, "making a record I r% JS„ mU ,„ .„< never before equalled by any Flagler-Granada "Jewish Comj Solicitor General in history." munity Center for its cornerstone I President Truman said: "Mr. laying ceremony to be held on Perlman's work brings great Sunday, July 9, at 3 p.m. at the | credit to himself, the Justice Desite of its new home, 51st Place | partment, and the United States and N.W. 1st St. • I Government. I honor him for it. Declaring that the article to which the Jewish organizations took exception "was an isolated news report and not the start ot a series." Mr. Maloney's letter says that the Washington correspondent dealt with Justice Frankfurter, Mr. Morgenthau and Sen. Lehman as public men, regardless of their religious beliefs. "The story was not meant to imply any association or parallelism between Zionism and Communism," the editor said. "The Tribune is not antiNEW YORK (JTA)—The executive and administrative com! Semitic," Mr. Maloney continued. mittees of the American Jewish Congress, meeting this week at I "its record has been that of a the Hotel State, approved a ******* **S*fg **! ££%£ ^Sweve? uXSar organization's original principles. The AJC. tounaea a years | thejr cause Emphasizing that in ago by the late Dr. Stephen S. Wise, said in its statement that | printing the article, the Tribune | AJC Rededicates Itself To Original Principles, Rejects Totalitarianism Jews true to the American ideal and to Jewish tradition "reject every form of totalitarianism as imperilling the survival of the Jewish people and the freedom of mankind." The statement of principles, made public by AJC president Rabbi Irving Miller, added: "Since the essence of both the American ideal and the Jewish tradition 1 is the sacredness of the individual, we can pursue these objectives only through the free democratic | process, and must reject every form of totalitarianism as ", The AJC will ioininde !" I J £ foresee the interpr^tacratic association, through tne "". ., __,__ ui„.*„World Jewish Congress, with!' in Jewish circles." the letter World Jewish Congress, wun ~ tnat .. the e Jewish communities of other cont > not inte ded lands to affirm the unity of the m P lands to affirm the unity ot u.e r^.u Tri bune, which Jewish people and to help secure by the Inbun,=• and protect the civil .religion f e ^ h to ammunition and economic rights of Jews „ everywhere. — has nc ing or to to antiCantor To Report On Israel Trip Monday Eddie Cantor, national campaign chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, will report on Miracle in Israel" over NBC network on Monday, July 3, .at 10:30 p.m. He will discuss 'he immigrant reception and absorption program supported in Israel by the UJA. Cantor and his wife, Ida, nave spent several weeks in Israel at the invitation of i^rime Minister David Ben Gunon. Conservative Rabbis Call On Jewish Women To Stop Working On Sabbath form oi toiaiiiai""' "" T I it •" %  % %  — — %  perilling the survival of the Jew| YORK, (JTA)—The four%  X ZZZ.U and the freedom of Ntw s^ !" .. R ,w h inica ish people and the freedom of mankind. These objectives flow out of our joint responsibilities as Americans and as Jews. In their day convention of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, representing tne Conservative rabbis concluded here this week with %  the presentation of citations "to those who meet and represent these standards." Promulgation of a covenant Americans and as Jews, in u.w. • here this week with a Promulga tion of a covenant realization, our heritagesoAmer"^ calling upon Jewish appro p r iate ritual by which ican democracy and the trad ton re.o United sttes t with app %  i > ded icate lean waiiwusM ..-.-— -of Judaism will achieve fulfilment." The statement listed the following goals of the AJC. "1. Assurance and extension of the fundamental freedoms of man through elimination of all forms of political, social and economic discrimination on grounds of race, color, religion, ancestry, or national origin. "2. In order that Jews living m America may be meaningful and creative, the AJC seeks to promote more democratic organization, stimulate an informed awareness of Jewish affairs, encourage Jewish scholarship and tester the affirmation.of Jewu.h religious, cultural and historic identity. "3. Assist the people of Israel to develop in freedom security and peace, and promote mutual understanding and cooperaUon between America and Israel.and between the Jewish commumties of both lands. S !" the United States not to cook, shop and to avoid similar household work on the Sabbath. Rabbi Max D. Davidson was elected president of the organiZ The n need to attend public worship on the Sabbat ..-"an indispensable expression of loyalty P' lir f a ith" — was also emBhw"d by the law committee. P h ich urged the Conservative or creed, the Jewish organizations said: "The oncern of the Jewish community in this instance stems from the fact that the article appears to follow the recognised propaganda pattern originated by the diabolical genius of Goebbels of Nazi Germany and emulated by the leading anti-Semites in this country. The technique of associating exclusively Jewish names regardless of the relevancy of such association is an old one in propaganda. The practice of anti-Semites in associating Communism and Zionism so as to evaulate one with the other is well known: and their shabby though lurid references to mysterious deaths and suicides as the concomitant of too much knowledge of secret influence in government has been worn threadbare. The gruesome implications of these methods have shocked the Jewish community when they have been utilized in the cheap circles of racketeer anti-Semitism. It is the more shocking when parallels appear in the Chicago Tribune for then they have about them the cloak of respectability." The representatives of the four Jewish organizations then demanded "complete assurances" from the Tribune that "the unfortunate implications" of the article were not intended by the newspaper. ^^^^ ADL Discloses Georgia Anti-Semitic Politicians ATLANTA. Ga.. (JTA)—The Anti-Defamation League's regional office here, has published a list of "three known antiwith appropriate riiwu "j 7.**": ,lsl "* ~ !" ....--—-— the Jewish people would dedicate Semites" who are "presenting themselves to the achievement and maintenance of world Jewish unity was favored in principle by the convention. The idea of a World Jewish covenant was proposed in a resolution presented by Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan, and was unanimously adopted "in principle" by the 300 Conservative rabbis attending. The convention also voted to launch a nationwide movement to dedicate itself to aign to promote acceptance the task of restoring the disminimU m code of religious ..iolines and observances always _„ ji.„„„tc f site 'stasis observance among adherents of the conservative movement. Acheson Lauds Arab Reception To Big 3 Arms Declaration the united Synagogue Ui .--.-g j^ms Declaration urged the -^K^SgS WASHINGTON. (JTA) Sec religious courts 01 law """"** K __, „ t ntP Dean Achesol the country, recommerul^ to te United Synagogue and the Na retary of State Dean Acheson this week, welcomed the recepUon of the Arab League to the threefor the Jews themselves to the people of Georgia this year for election to public office." The ADL listed the three as Thomas Me-cer Linder, candidate for reelection as Commission of Agriculture; Mrs. Jessie Welch Jenkins, candidate for Governor: and Parson E. G. "Jack" Johnston, running for the U. S. Senate. The ADL pointed out that Linder, employing the columns of the state agricultural publication, "Market Bulletin." has written that "we busted our country financially and buried many American boys in Europe to keep the Jews from going back to Palestine. Now, in less than ten years it looks like we are going to have another world war and bury a great many more boys across the sea to make it possible to do what they of standards for Jems? Jg^, ^ ying i ms to Middle East states. I he wrote. SSTSdTSrVSSoc'casionsl plying



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PAGE TWO I i |i %  vJen/st fkridi&r FRIDAY, JU^, Mew Agency Places 18 Mew Americans in Full-Time Sfct^^5 The newly organized Jewish Vocational Service is the local I Typical Jewish community's answer to the problem of securing employ-(er hri F men' for the New Americans who have soucht haven here, as ; % %  .line's. to K ine I Emil Gould, who has given —. ..... ., = „ j-iii^iii.uii wiiu iiuve suuuiu nuven i well as for many individuals who have lcna bsen on relief. The new agency grew out of a survey of the Jewish Social S %  i conducted by tl ..: Jewfc F • %  m IU mar.* .M-U IV. ietmll (jould, who ed on an ex] unstintinffb' of his *: > ( %  !. %  Bi launched, the JSSB was passing through one of the many critical periods it has somehow weathered during the past i Due to the failure of the bade I unty Community Chest, which supports the bureau's relief program, the agency for the firs' time in its history was pleading for Federation fund Since the organization was rot included in this year's Combined Jewish Appeal, funds for its operation have be encontributed by a group of publicspirited citizens who have faith in the new agency and the work that it is doing. At the present time, the Jewish iw reueration iunds for this "* l c % %  %  unit-, KM jewisn purpose. In addition, the refugee Vocational Service is equipped resettlement and rehabilitation to handle only those cases which program, money for which is are referred to it by the Jewish derived from Federation, was Social Service Bureau. This means proving inadequate. Although eager to work, most of the New Americans were unable to find suitable employment. They had tried in vain to support themselves and were becoming demoralized. Hence, the community, committed to provide for them under the terms of the DP law. was forced to lake dollars, desperately needed for the upbuilding of Israel, and pay for their maintenance. Last year S75.000 went to the refugee program. With the passage of the hard-won liberalized DP bill, the figure threatened to become astonomical. SotheJ' ." : -. that it is now seeking work only for the New Americans and persons on the JSSB relief roster. Director Kramer hopes, however. that the unit will be able to expand its services before long. Resounding success of the new agency can be seen in the fact that in its 25 days of operation it has placed 18 persons in permanent positions. It has also provided a number of temporary jobs. These results cannot be measured in • f finances alone. Though it is a great saving to I community to have these people self-sustaining, it is far For the first the lasl • n years they I e a I ut peram j mi nt for 1 All ployees—Edna Jakubown..-. Tresa Ellenberg. and iiraun—have excellent qualifications for the positions in M ... we have placed them. "As we have available positions, we hope you will be able to refer more applicants to us who are as well qualified." re •,: ,j %  to the ,.' %  energy formation of the -,. new agency, has I been name d! Jt'LIL'S L : 4| 1 Gould 'man of its, b o a r d o f l: directors. ,"V I ii> inOther members, >' %  of the board in%  i l "' u:! •! elude R. R. Ad%  ler. R. Williams MM*? M-.-rnipja Apte, David "** i; *' 8 • %  V 1 ** Brown, David P. MR u ~ MRS. MINNA SOBIN A l, ol 3740 s w s,k roeaday nlRhi ','. came from .v. %  i a • % % %  • %  -.ir. J: C a t s m a n, Leo C h a i k i n Dr. Morris Goodman, "*—• %  Morris Goodman, £ a:,,e ""'• %  s • %  I -..'':'"'% Kramer is especially pleased Sam Kaplan, Ellard G. Kohn, 7*2X1 h hu>b.'nfuS M J. Kop-lowitz. Seymour Satin. 1 —!_J! kr .l3 Herbert Scher. Rabbi Max! MAX MARKOWITZ with this letter because it indicates that not only the Jewish community, but the community, at-large recognizes the problem Walsey and Elry Stone, and :s willing to help shoulder it.' Kramer began working with the unions this week and. through them, has succeeded in placing several job-seekers. Shapiro. Stanley C. Myers, Ira \ *** M, retired o ll.ro.lmman i -reek in MM i lai* i Located at 314 Langford Build-' KST 15 >"ea£ '. J* *. ing. the Jewish Vocational i ^^''V Service donated of Jew the Jewish Vocational SSrV.JSirl "-?1 /ice occupies office space i daughter, M.. ,V Ab .;. an*,, ated by the National Council I : s ,v "'--w -lewish Women. ^!" "" %  rlal %  > MtSnifg British Admiral Visits Israel j TEL AVIV, i JTAi—Admiral S;: John Edi :;ten. commander| in-chief of the British Mediter| ranean Fleet, paid his first call to Israel this week. The Admiral, who is the first British naval officer of I : to formally t up 1 •-• eel iseful and happy/ fficials of the Jewish state • The 18 people -. n placed p."."."'" Bnt ish Mand ,ate tor? asS.K natedMayM. tant. typist, laborercarpentiw* ^ days on hls % % %  • %  %  heel metal „ Hi rkei tailor, factory helbers „ He arnv *d at Haifa aboard his Closelj %  rating with the fla shi P'. M s Surprise, and B'nth VocaMt Sinai Hos trator and counselor for th< S Employment s> i %  'fa pamphlet entitled "Choosing A Career," published • % % %  % % % %  ry of Ph:laCOLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5 High School Girls Nurse Maid Jobs S15 Weekly ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 1 n,d ,r n K. ramer ex [ srael fla whUe the port of Haifa n ,„ Ulil become Choisted the Lnion Jack for the rSrf? f WUh u tl l! Amer 'can first time since British forces methods of wor k become more withdrew f Palestine The proficient in English and generalBritish vessel fired 21un • am %  theTr skiUs. We are salute which was returned by tee g % .u 1 deD J ted ^ Dr. Gertner official port battery and the board of trustees of the 1 j„ A %  hospital for assisting us with i „ Af i er in s P ectln S an Israel naval 1 guard at the port. Sir John proceeded to Tel Aviv in a motor this problem." Employers of the individuals whom Kramer has placed have called or written to express their complete satisfaction with the work of the New Americans. BONDED SuttevutHcoH TERMITE CONTROL BONDED'GUARANTEE ^ by Massachusetts Bonding & Ins. Co. y| ORKIN GUARANTEES lg^ DRYWOOD TERMITE CONTROL rr*tr% 2-177 509 N. E. 13th St. MIAMI Company Owned — Company Operated EASY TERMS! vp .. 3 TEARS PAYl INSPECTION AID ESTIMATES 53528 MIAMI BEACH 1901 o P L E, TiBfPEsTT-E South'f Oldest Largest Exterminators LISTEN TO MIAMI'S ONLY GAL HILLBILLY DISC JOCKEY DOVEY STARK 5:00 6:00 P.M. ENJOY DOVEY'S HOME SPUN CHATTER AND HER SELECTION OF MUSIC i-Afore and More—Your Favorite Station For Music and News car. After his arrival at the British legation, he and British Minister Alexander Knox Helm called on Premier David Ben Gurion and Foreign Ministei Moshe Sharett. 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UDAY, JUNE 30, 1950 *kHistJhrilHr PAGE THREE "Between You and Me 9 (Copyright, By BORIS SMOLAR 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) i CONVENTION: The convention of the Zionist eanization of America which is place this week-end will as quiet an affair as some Although it is a conclusion that BenBrowdy will be elected esident, there will be issues before the con,n. besides the election of a I...,, One of the major ; the constant shrinking ZOA membership lot be lamii ZOA pr re %  :: %  Some delegates are prepared to RELIGION VS. SCIENCE: The question whether religion is necessary nowadays when science is changing the world is is discussed by Dr. Maxwell. Silver in "The Way to God." pub-' of these fox-holes th;it he lished by the Philosophical Library Dr. Silver, a brother of Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, points out that people have always returned to their religious faith when they were in extremis This, he argues, shows man's need for religion in his most critical moments, when "not even the last word of man's scientific ingenuity" will help Taking this premise as a beginning, the au,rating questions on this t hor develops a discussion with lask pe.HiiauiibM his son on the validity of religion Isubject • • There is also the i and jts .. boon to the spjrit of man „ [ f lUS Rifkind Report, drawn up |by Judge Simon H. Rifkind last [year, about which much has been [ sa id but little done to implement The report defines the aim f Zionism in the light of the lishment of the Jewish state It recommends the gradual ng of the organizational cen| ter of gravity of the Zionist movement from the World Zionist Organization to territorial bodies It urges the encouragement of the ending of Chalutzim to Israel, the ZOA is not so keen on It advocates cooperation between Zionists and non-Zionists ... It recommends that American its promote the formation of nsultative body representing all Jewish groups interested in the welfare of Israel ... All problems—and others of this kind—will form a basis for heated discussions Not to speak of the fact that serious issues will be raised at the convention in lion with the forthcoming World Zionist Congress The will of the American Zionis.s ir ited to match the will of Israel government leaders at: the Congress, and there is no doubt that some ZOA leaders d-o not see eye to eye with the Israel government on quite a number of issues. %  • %  He goes to great lengths to take issue with atheism, and attempts to prove that non-religious philosophy cannot give a man as much of a spiritual "lift" as religion does ... To the author religion spells soul-steadying serenity and confidence ... It seems that his arguments did have an effect on his son. but only after the youth had spent some time in the fox-holes of the Pacislands ... It was from one wrote General Will Try To Implement Israel-Jordan Armistice Pact JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Maj. Gen. William E. Riley, U.N. Chief of Staff in Palestine, will go to Transjordan to negotiate with the Transjordan government over its failure to implement all portions of the Isiael-Transjordan armistice pact. Gen. Riley, who agreed to the his father how one suddenly begins to realize the importance of religion ... In the midst of the sickening muck and sweat and blood, he discovered that faith helps soldiers perform their dutyunafraid of death Mystic destiny swallows up death in such extreme moments, he wrote, to his father, thus confirming the argument that people turn to religion when they are in extremis The book is certainly thought provoking and wellwritten. trip in the face of Israel demands : this week. that he secure implementation of j the pact, said to newsmen that [ "you cannot exoect me to make the Jordanians do immediate ly what Israel likes—it takes time and negotiations" The sections of the agreement which the Arab state has balked at putting into effect include opening traffic on the Beihlehem. Jerusalem and Latrun roads and permitting free access to the Jewish institutions atop Mt. Scopus, in Jerusalem. New Israel-Arab Peace Move Seen JERUSALEM, (JTA)—A new peace offensive to bring Israel and the Arab countries to permanent peace will be launched by the United Nations Palesfne Conciliation Commission in '.he hopes of being able to report tangible results to the next session of the U.N. General Assembly which opens in September at Lake Success, it was learned here Authoritative United Nations sources in Jerusalem this week said that the Conciliation Commission will move from Geneva to Jerusalem next month in order to maintain direct contact with the governments concerned, while preparing it.report for the General Assembly. USE THESE COLUMNS FOR YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISING PHONE 2-H41 IMMIGRATION TRENDS: Jewish leaders in Canada had better keep their eyes open ... The Canadian Ministry of Immigrati m is quietly planning to into Canada thousands of Ukrainians who assisted the po in the annihilation of 3 in Poland and in the Ukraine during the Nazi occupation This would mean that in no time Canada will be flooded with anti-Semites of the worst kind who actually participated in .res of Jews There is an entire division of these Ukrainians now awaiting admission 11 Canada and all indications Point to the fact that they will be admitted if no objection is i to their entry This in was formed by the Nazis ":i Soviet territory allegedly to fight for an independent Ukraine, but actually to help the German Army and the Gestapo After ( t'n.' 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PAGE FOUR *JmisHhrkfi9n i % %  EDITORIAL An Apology Without Teeth On May 29 the Chicago Tribune carried a blatantly anti-Semitic feature on its front page. In our editorial reaction to that reactionary outcry we expressed thehope that Chicago Jewry would take the proper rnecsures to bring the publishers of the paper to their senses. We now learn that Chicago's Jewish defense agencies held a series of conferences with responsible spokesmen for the paper and that the upshot of the talks was that th Tribune was to send a letter of apology for associating Zionism with Communism and for implying that three of America's outstanding Jewish figures, Justice Frankfurter, Senator Lehman and Henry Morgenthau, Jr., constituted a secret government of the United States. We also learn that the Tribune assured the Jewish bodies it had no idea that the article in guestion would lead to "unfortunate inferences" and that the paper was neither Serr..t:c nor had anv intention of furnis] ammunition to anti-Semites. apology is a Btep in the righl d:rer-:on. But i why the apology has not been civen the same front-page b rtm< nt in the Tribune as was the pate:.. The apology may serve to assuage the pain end indianity the nal article heaped upon the Jewish community c: America But keeping the apologysecret from the very public the article sought to poison only serves to wcter it down. In our opinion the Jewish defense cgenies erred when they failed to insist that the apology be given the same ••v.ae publicity as the calumny. \azi Raeket 1950 M Jewish publishers and bock sellers to tj, azi lewish States have recently disclosed a N 'sited which merits the attention of the h*^ munity in America. FOR A BANNER YEAR— In recent months the Jewish boo 1 m ar v flooded with volumes published : G Austria For a time the oppression S? the boolfe were reprints of eld and wel V editions and that they were produced bv k3 printers and publishers in Germany and JU? It now appears that the whole business is ^ These bc.ks have been pu, ou, by nonl: 2 by non-Jewish publishing houses Simply so 2 ing. it means that the Na Zls In German/2 Austria have gone into the "business" ofrepri T sacred Jewish books and exec: : United States for profit. 9 ,ilem to • This is a despicable affair for more than cm reason In the first place it is a vile method* competing with legitimate Jewish r-^shenJ' a desecration of the sacred words .. -CLj It is a certainty that these books could not >rm been produced by Germans ur.iess they 1, m possession of plates and other paaphernalia stolen by the Nazis from Jewish pi J publishing houses. We hope Jewish book buyers will be on quard against this filthy trap. Israel At Lake Success The Jerusalem Plan—Dead or Alive? LAKE SUCCESS — When a King %  : England dies, Britishers raise the cry "The King is dead, long live the K:ng." The same kind of paradox faces the city of Jet isalem today. The *; "'< Id United Nations P : *r*• the Holy "•.' but it .still alive : ill pi -tical pur"X Tt jsti • •"• th< G em Assml ly t %  the So' %  By DAVID NUSSBAUM having switched its previous policy of support for the plan, the prospect for reaffirmation of that mandate by the Assemblyhas gone glimmering. Nevertheless, the mandate still exists on paper. The Trusteeship Council's failure to fulfill it has by no means erased the Assemlution of last De. • an internatior. Jerusalem The issue of Jeru• thus not dead. that something needs to toe done. A final i ds to be found. ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS MAP EXTENSIVE EXPANSION PROGRAM The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America has embarked upon an extensive expansion in the fields of community service, kashruth and synagogue activity. Under the leadership of President William B. Herlands, former Commissioner of Investigation, New York City, the Lnion plans to render increased ser\ icet and to unite traditional Jews, the largest segment of the American-Jewish community. Rahhi Irwin Gordon 'above, right) Jiabeen named to head the newly established Division of Community Activity. Rabbi Cordon formerly directed the Community Program Office of Yeshiva University, which has merged trith the Union. Victor Geller (lower left) has joined the Union as field director. He was previously executive secretary of the National Council of Young Israel. The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, spokesman for 2,300 orthodox congregations in this country, has been in existence since 1898 and sponsors an intensive program including publication of the national magazine "Orthodox Jewish Life". Traditionally in the UN. that something does not consist merely of repealing the offending or unimplementable resolution. The custom :s to replace it with another, and presumably workable, kind of solution and leave the tailure to die a natural death in the archives. It is with this custom in mind ; that the Israel government, with i flawless timing, has jumped into the fray, four months before the I Assembly convenes, with a new proposal through which the world parliament can get itself off the Jerusalem hoox. The proposal, .suggesting a UN Trusteeship over the Holy Places in the area, is •d to be the first new plan submitted, an important consideration in parliamentary maneuver, and to be well digested by all the governments when the • gati gather to chew ovei Jerusalem problem ag But it has been i | •e by public inion. The experience of the it Israel faci Hostile ;. this nion, and in fact, relv • Last December I nion had not had the opp • u, express itself. -' lem on paper f" d m lis, ;t was the momentum of that opinion that defeated the implementation ol the Assembly's hopes later on only. then, is it of strategic importance for a new. feasible plan to be ready for Assembly consideration, but equally vital is it that such a plan have the push of world public opinion behind it. tor this reason, the Israeli UN delegation has spent most of its time since the new proposal became public in observing and compiling public reaction to it and it has been this aspect of the proposal—public support—which they have stressed in the brief Council discussion which accompanied Its submission. To date the delegation compilation shows, the reaction has been all. and more, the I m their : expect From only one source, in fa. L ii Preliminary, ballo 0 f way ..g close to the Vaticanlet it be tain An rican news correspondent that the H telisch. nl nT' n > : '' %  howe yer the Israeli S"a SfnSlS u !" ally lauded f? ?^? b ? sis for reconsideraAs 1! he ^ ule proble !" oythe Assembly. This prai se j s "J^l especially in a survey of „K jLydda-Xew York Flight Opened TEL AVIV. (JTA)—The open| ing of a direct Lydda-New York flight schedule by the nationally, owned El Al Airlines was formal| ly marked here this week at a | ceremony attended by Communij cations Minister David Remez. I Actually the first direct flight I to the United States by an El Al plane was made, last week. After the ceremony a plane ': took off for New York with some 25.000 letters from Israelis to friends and relatives in the United States. It also carried several cases of the choicest Israel grapes for New York's Mavor O'Dwyer. Speakers at the ceremony revealed that Israel has established air communication with 29 countries and that 11 air transport services use the facilities of the Lydda Airport. Twenty--.-, i thousand passengers and 18.000 :grants arrived at the field during the past sis months, with El Al planes carrying 23 percent of the total. The company will rate five regularly wetklv heduled to Europe and a fortnightly schedule to Turkey, beginning next month. Cargo Ships Saved Israel $2,500,000 TEL AVIV. (JTA)—The four cacjjo vessels owned bv the government subsidized' Israeli America Shipping Line have saved the Israel Treasury an estimated $2,500,000. it was stated in the first annual report of the company which was made public here this week. The line's four vessels have a .capacity of 150.000 tons annually 'on the US-Israel run. The report revealed that the company is negotiating for the purchase'of a .transatlantic liner for regular passenger traffic between Israel and the U.S. The company paid i a six percent dividend to investors on the basis of the first years earnings. organs of the western pres. ffi n the Israeh delegation has haWlv sfeya, fereauS ? V h£ ; T,mes of London and ,Le Monde of Paris. Euch paper -Is the self-evident difficultly raised for itself in adopting its December scheme stresses the oft-expressed need tor a just and practicable solution eludes by finding the Is%  '1 a wise and welcome contribution for-the Assembly to : study. I This kind of comment is no more than the Israelis have made themselves about the proposal. liiey recognize that any solution 'S hav the acceptance of Jordan, and they wish no more for their plan than that it be given serious consideration by the As| semblv. With such expressions of public opinion already under.Pmnmg ,t when the Assembly 'sure?' con s'deration is asShanghai Jews Sent To Europe NEW YORK. JTA!-Thegroup of 106 Shanghai refuges who arrived in this country i month ago en route to Europe wre deported this week after a 24-dar stay on Ellis Island while Jewish organizations sought to have them | remain here and be processed as ."immigrants under the VP Act. I All but 15 members of t)u group are Jews. Although Presides: Truman { earlier issued orders to Jotai J. McCIoy. American High Commissioner in Germany, to send the DP's headed for that country to an International Refugee Organization camp rathei thtniGe> j man-administered center, ar.d aid ; them in returning to the U. S, government here admitted that the -r-eening :' %  % % %  106 in Europe w uld take at least 1 six months and ;: ssibly a year to complex As the n fugei ieported, United Servici r New Americans announced t had spent S8.500 to Ellis Island. Th SNA i been instrumental.: ningthetwo stays in dep I I which kepi the refugees : r .nearly a month while Jewish reanizations investigated al > for keeping the DP's in the United States. 'The agencv ffi ed, and the j United States government accepted, to pay ail maintenance costs for the refugees as long as they remained in this country. 320 Uruguayan Jews Immigrate To Israel MONTEVIDEO. iJTAl-Atoal of 320 Jews from this country immigrated to Israel during the past year, according to a report issued by the Israel Consulate here. Many of the immigrants are Chalutzim who trained for two years on special farms in Uruguay Sixth street. Miami '8. Flor.oa. ^ tered at lecond-clais matter Ju X ? 1930, at the Post Office ""£ Fla.. under the Act of Vareh 3. The Jewish Floriflian ras >" c '; h the Jewish Unity and the Je Weekly Member of the Jewish ie graphic Aoency. Seven Arts Syndicate. Worldwide News Se vi .. National Editorial Association -" can Association of E "OJ 1 1 .atiori. Newspapers. Florida Pre ss Ass oci_^ ThJeM. Kuanuit... the Kai olurw* i lug i %  i ei l Iswd In SUBSCRIPTION RATE ?J 00 One Year -.'„, Two Year s Z FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones jMMj :I 2-igL. Volume 23 Number FRIDAY. JUNE 30. 19* TAMMUZ 15. 5710



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UDAY, JUNE 30, 1950 *Jewisli fhrkfian PAGE FIVE tevis es lulled In Cookline Rites t Carol MMbergWed In Mother's Veil Personally Speaking... Davis M Mrs. I. F. The marriage of Miss Gloria Segal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Segal, Brookhne, Mass., d Irwin Frank Davis was solemnized at high noon Sunday in Temple Sinai. Brookhne. The bridegroom, who now resides in New York, is the son of "and Mrs. Gordon Davis, 2322 [ d Terr. bride ">'re white organdy lush pink satin. A flower was appliqued from the in collar to the hem and xtended into a short &f |jn The illusion veil was held clusters of blush pink I cai ried a bible topped v • .JHI snapdragon. Philip S. Cushing, the n's cousin, was m : She was attired in gray ngth chiffon, which she nted with a hat of lilacs. im pink to purple. She pink rubrum lilies. rid purple delphinium. Miss Sabca Segal served as junior bridesmaid for her sister in ., frock and headdress of ice blur tulle. She carried a mixed bouquet. Best man for his brother was Stephen M. Davis. Samuel Borwick, the bride's cousin, seated guests. A reception after the ceremony was held in the temple vestry. Mr. Davis attended the UniMr. and Mrs. Morris B. Bass. 2521 S.W. 24th St.. have an nounced the betrothal of their daughter, Zelda Shirley. to Leonard J. Ross, son of Mrs. Miriam Rosenblum and the late David Rosenblum of Brooklyn. The wedding will take place in December. Leatrice Sunshine Betrothal 'I old Mi. and Mrs. Oscar C. Lelchuk of Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables, will represent the Coral Gables Zionist District at the ZOA convention in Chicago July 1 to 4. From the meet they will go to Milwaukee, where they will visit with their children. Mr. and Mr*. Abraham Glaser, 4765 5.W. 3rd St., will leave Thursday for New York, where they will visit their daughter and son-in lav/, the Alberi Lists, and their family. They also plan to visit their children in Newton, Mass. + Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz will leave Friday to visit their son-in-law and dauqhter, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Srole, in Silver Spring, Md. They will be away two weeks. &f Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero of Miami Beach left this week for a visit with their children in Darby and Ansonia, Conn., and New York. They will return here in time for the High Holidays. +t Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin have returned from an early summer vacation in Rocky Mount, N. C, and Roanoke, Va. Prof. Jekuthil Ginsburg of Yeshiva University and his wife are visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. David ; Freedman, 1030 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Also with the Mrs. Marvin 1. Goldman Freedmans is their niece, Mrs. Hemdah Ginsburg, and her ,. ,. .. I dauqhters. The Freedmans are timinq their visit to Israel with A double ring candlelight cere, ^ ,. _. .. \, v T .. -,, „_ji mony in Temple Israel united 'he return of the Ginsburq lamily to New York. They will SOU Miss Carol Milberg and .Marvin aboard the La Guardia on Auqust 3. I. Goldman Sunday at 8 p.m. £ -fC 41 The bride, daughter of Mr. and Major Robert Levin, Captain Manny Levenson and LieuMrs. Jacob Milberg, 2845 N.W. tenant Ben Schei, al! in the army reserve, are leaving July 1 for 22nd Ave wore a gown of! imt k f training al For Benninq. Ga. ported white organdy cut princess ^ Style. The taffeta undordress and 7 ,, „ lull skirt extended into a I Mr. and Mrs. Hsnry Bulbin ore m Ronnoke, Va., where they She wore her mother's veil of Belgian lace and carried a while bible topped with white orchids and stephanotis. Leatrice Sunshine Betrothal of Miss Leatrice Sunshine to Fred Rosen, son of the Albeit Rosens, 9433 Byron Ave., Snrfside has been disclosed by avis attenaea me um5 >u s „' ... %  -,nH Mrs Dewev tf-Sf ttSFS BUBWkWA Miami He served as an officer t Tne bride-elect attended in ihe Navy in both the European | sc hools in New York and Miami and Pacific Theatres of Operation 1 an( j j s now associated with the and is a member of Pi Lambda advertising department of station Phi fraternity. WMIE. The former Miss Segal grad1 R received his degree' %  Bernard Yagerman as u ~ u Juni c o,legc ^B^ir^^r,^'^ &-KKK,. are visitinq their son. They will return to Miami after July 4. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin and dauqhters, 1819 S.W. 23rd Si., are attendina the Aetna Life Insurance convention in p^SMK&'rS p;i^lDixvilleKnoch,N:H. They will vinl in Canada an d New Ycrk arried by the bride's cousin. Edward Masur. Matron of honor for her sistei was Mrs. Bernard Yager, who was attired in a -own ol pale pink organdy complemented with dubon.net colored carnations. Als 1 wearing pink organdy was the junior bridesmaid. Miss Francme Steel of New York, cousin ol the bride. She carried variegated pink carnations. Bridesmaids, gowned in baby blue organdy and carrying variegated pink carnations, were Mrs. Arnold Simon .the bridegroom's sister; Miss Doris Klein. Miss Doris Brown. Mrs. Marcia Simonoff. Judy Baskind. flower girl, wore orchid organdy ana carried a nosegay of talisman roses. ., Arnold Simon, the bridegroom s brother-in-law. served as best man. Ushering were Aaron Steele, Nick Bukstein, Jack Zwick and a reand his law degree at the Betrothal Revealed j the arm M %  and Mrs. Ben L. Abraham j n g the war i his law degree at me wm"Vfter a wedding trip to Jamairsity of Miami. He served w. h A ^, ( -o*p' win reside at 2003 .. armed forces in Europe durca. t ne coup vannah, Ga.. formerly of the Masons, and public relations announce the engagement director of the Southeastern Kedaughter, Velma M.. to gion of Young Zionist uisincis. B I Winter, son of Mr. and man Winter of New York. The wedding will take place 13 in Savannah and the .ill reside in Island City, BEN SMALL 1,1,1,1 "'' S T he 1 bride, t a graduate of Mia H'ah School, cam.' to Mi White Plains. N. V. She attended : Business College. Mr Goldman, a form! %  of Cleveland, is the son ol I and Mrs. Samuel H. G >\6 1773 S.W. ltitii Av He graduate oi Miami High S and attended the Uni\ Miami, lie was with the paia. rs during the war. Judith I). Feinberg Becomes Bride Of .luck 11. Hopkins Be'h David Synagogue was thi ; e Jack H. gcene'of M 5S Judith Diane FeinArbiter of smart fashions for women at Smalls on Miami Beach says. 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PAGE SIX • %  JenistFkrkftor Marcia Lee Faber Fabers Announce Daughter's Troth Mr. and Mrs Harry Faber. !04b 10th S:. Miami Beach, have anil unced the engagement of their daughter. Marcia Lee. to Jack Jay Greenberg. son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Greenberg. 980 79th Terr Miami Beach. Both are graduates of Miami Beach High School. The brideelect attended the University of Florida, where she was a member cf Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. She plans to complete her studies at Boston University. Mr. Greenberg is a student at Harvard. Alicia (iuikis Wed In California Kites A nuptial service Friday in 'Angeles joined a former M g.rl. Miss Alicia Gullcis Utd .:• z Adler. The bride is the dauc : Mr. and Mrs : Venetian Way, -.vent to California the ceremony. After a fa neym ~That's proof, sure 2^ *" "^enough, that ours is J*'* r/the most popular *F))^


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: %  PAGE EIGHT + kistricrkH&r Marilyn Goodman, Stanley Cohen Repeat Vows At Beth Sholom An all-v mony marked I • M G B< • < : v r. T e was held or day. June 1 t 3 I T B "... K nish and (' nl K<1n %  :': ting. H % an -". and Paulin< • %  -. selections G:vc-n : n rr.arri.-.se by t mother a period sy.vr: -:" C ovei :nade wit •-' %  -' ending in train Imp .-ted rayon I the neckline was outlined with seed pc'.Her fingertip veil of French illusion feli from a cap of illusi n and lace. She carried her I cor.: • n bible topped foui ..r.ids and stephanotis. Miss N rma Ull -:d of ho.-. green nd bouquet I white witl Brides: %  v :. % %  Spitz N vill : : Miss C S E • 7 • • %  for ti I '• %  '.v N J.. J LI th : n :. • skirt oi .... I^IiJHNEao.. Janet Sternbepori To Ira S. KeiS,] Ml J "• Ruth £* Sternl i the bride Mew York. k on Sunday £?* reception dinner SKE n A nsenS *M W old')] !-. ted by her f a;her %  of bride wore co,on -'h a berthai? point Chantilly lace andai of the same lace, fashioned, tiny seed pearls. She carH ivory bound praver book i, with orchids and spravs'of, lilies. Mrs. Mar.iorie Wein, sm the bride, was matron of 1 and another sister. Miss Sternberg. was maid of Jack Keilson was best his brother. Seating guestti Herman Wein. William hob Robert Lippman and Leoftek) After .. wedding trip io| ginia Beach, the couo'.e in Forest Hills, N". V. The a graduate afl graduati ..-."" Miami ,< the K. ;cj -. J %  C ; • -.••• Sam Luhv Chooses now % % %  %  lie. O n guests included Pittsburgh Gin T -„„ „ 0 „, 0 „t ,, f Miss y The engagement o The for ner M G Mr. and Mrs Morris Elterman Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Elterman. on June i,. ;.;_..-;, L Max Elterman. Mrs. Sadye, The PMBKUW J !" *?* !"!" -, 8 I Spitz, Miss Libby Spitz. Mr. and World War II.veteran ..sagadv.. J Kraft. Lee Kraft B. uate of the New Yorkt N 1.lary p : Brandeii Kraft, Miss Gloria Shorin Miss Academy and the Lmvers.ty o Km ma Lazarus I nil To I'rcwtfl Film Forum Plan • • -. %  sat the p ng off sound• entii "dx cess I Pal July 11, Emn and Pi :i B'rith. A : % %  .ed'jWj hapter's req : Hotell Arthu I Ifeatuw |C. Bu >t P^' a I of I % % %  : in al Univi rsit I Fl ; rto visit •. H purposej introducii Th. '15 Fonda. Dana Antaw awl' lumnae. %  '. End S %  .:•?. He • • ter's di aree from %  • JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SO'JR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Frances Zeitlin. James I. Cohen. iville. For going away, the bride donned a limed colored linen suit with brown and white accessories. tuple left by plane for Atlanta. Ga„ where they will f _>r a few weeks. They will n me in Nashv Miami, where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi. He is associated with his father in the Luby Chevrolet Co. Miss Deakter attended the University of Miami and is now a senior at the University of Pittsburgh. A member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, she will re• her degree in A "A Kiss For Corliss" To Open Here July 5 "A K .:. : .liracle Thealesday. Ju 5. I Niven v uisr.istc "TasKfU Mezzanine Floor Center Meeting Schedule Mori • ...:. M ndaj • rening, J.... 3, at Douglas Garden, N.E, 2nd Ave. and 53rd St an announcement from Gi rg W< isba .. %  -.. pn COOL AIR CIRCULATOR Auxiliary To Hold Pi<*ni<* July 4 The Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will an Independence Day on Tuesday, July 4. from 10 p.m. on the grounds of new home. Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Swimming, dancing, games and Davenp % %  cards will be on the agenda and the dev< -r.. ; .-e jury dressing rooms will be available.' in th. • %  Kosher refreshments will be on Ti. I sale all day. tion of I All proceeds are earmarked for chaiirr. in. assisted BJ the home. T ick, s ^^____^ SWISS KNIGH FAVORITE CHEES1 JEWISH HOMES IS THE IN 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA 44 .95 LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NX 1st Ave. MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE Ph. 3-2667 MOVERS Cool summer refreshment at the flick nf a switch! Welch Air Flight with 3 speeds. Black and translucent or mahogany and bull plastic. NO DOWN PAYMENT. 5.00 MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENT* •Small additional carrying charge BURDINE'S. Houtewares, Fifth Floor SO GOOD WITH FRUn always serve so* Swiss Knight with M The perfect combination for attractive, appe^J nourishing snoeb-soW dairy lunchesandsuppeft Knight to enjoy w.tn* ft >rk ie I rscl ith He, I m ton I on mfc tor. wis THE W FREE RECIPES ...o$k your nrocer or write direct to: GERBER ft CO., Inc. 6 Harrison Street New York IS f^il SWISS KNIGI! OR'O'NAl S WISS P C mtsK Pckd in 3, 6 and 12 P or no"'



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tf. JUNE 30, 1950 ,*' Mrs. Gerald Schwartz Sister Attends Ice Joy Pred of Miss Felice Joy iif Mr. and Mrs. p r I, 1015 S.W. 46th St., pi jjei ), to Gerald Schwartz, | ; rue Schwartzes, (S.W St., took place at i, at the Sorrento obi Moshay P. Mann officimble ring service. ire white Chantiily (and ,! .quisette with full n. Her veil of illusion %  secured by a headpiece of ge bl< ssoms. She carried a bible cascaded with white is and stephanotis streamers. Bs Janice Lea Pred, the \'s twin sister, served as maid onor. Her gown was also Four Nurses' Aides Capped At Mt. Sinai Capping of four women who have completed an advanced [nurses' aide training course at Mount Sinai Hospital took place last Wednesday before the executive board of the Women's Auxiliary in the memorial room of the hospital. Those who received their caps were Mrs. Louis Snetman. Mrs. Rueben Meyers, Mrs. Charles Parleman and Mrs. Grace Tucker. Mrs. M. B. Hennessey, director of nursing, presented the caps. Each of the women has completed 24 hours of advanced training given by Miss Phyllis Bugen assistant unit supervisor. They were given a preliminary course earlier in the year by Mi A ,-,.,, Reder. chairman of the n aide committee. Arrangements for th< capping ceremony were made by Charles Rosenfeld. vice chairman of the committee, Nurses' aides al Mount Sinai wear the same pink uniforms that distinguish all volunteers workers, but they are the only volunteers that have the privilege of wearing caps. The next nurses' aides training course will be given in the fall, according to Mrs. Rosenfeld, and all persons interested in taking it are invited to ..register in the auxiliary office of the hospital ^Jet^ncridiajn PAGE NINE cans to t£ fir!? !" ?;5 e T SSey ?9 ht direCl r f nUrsin 9 al Mount Sinai Hospital, for presenting SSDf B M • V complete their training at the hospital, are (1. to r.) Miss Phyllis aides Mrf"Chart 3 "V"? SUper !" or "? d inductor In the advanced training course for nursesMeyers Mrs 32 F w eman ^£ "f, Se i i9 P resident of the women's auxiliary; Mrs. Reuben S M, o i Snetman and Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld. vice chairman of the nurses' aides comheld Wednesda* fEZn? If 7 *" "** %  l** S etman recoi ed ,heir caDS in the s P ecial ceremony thi r-fl !" V •' £ i he memonal room < *e hospital. Mrs. Grace Tucker, out of town for the ceremony, also received her cap. ned of white marquisette -, ace. She carried an oldCamp For Handicapped it of carnations. Kids To Open July 10 desmaids were Miss Maxine i the bride's cousin ,and Miss rly Sherman, who wore eyelet over pink and blue lamed carnations. %  t man was Stanley Pred, the p brother. Ushers were HerBernsttjn, Marshall Langer, i Kabcanell and Alan Estin. owing the ceremony, a rewas held in the hotel, bn their return from a wedIjtnp to Philadelphia, New ] Niagara Falls and Toronto, "ewlyweds will live at 117 pre Drive. Miami.Beach. Boric Stern To Registration for the day camp to be conducted for crippled and Mrs MM ,1, oh Hiiis Award Mrs. Esther Shedroff, 520 16th cerebral palsied children willj $*•• Miami Beach, was among the close Friday, June 30, according to Mrs. C. H. Reeder. president of the Dade County Society of Crippled Children. Applications may be obtained by calling 89-8726. This is the second year that the Easter Sea! Society has provided this summer recreational pngram for handicapped youngsters, Mrs. Reeder said. The program was so successful last year that the society has added an additional week. The first week, July 10 through July 15. will be for I l)V I \ ftOrHntl 'children ages 3 years to 10 years 1 and the week of July 17 through July 22 will be for the teen-agers. The camp is held at Miami Police Benevolent Association park. 2300 N.W. 14th St., and the hours are from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mrs. Reeder pointed out that this was only one part of the Miami Police Benevolent Association's work with the Easter Seal Society. This association donated $7,000 to build and equip the physical therapy room at the now treatment center for crippled anc cerebral palsied children. am! Mrs. Eugene Stern, | b Drive, Miami Beach, f rthcoming marri|f tnen daughter, Marjorie, L <-'' X. Gordon, son of POM Aaron I. Gordon of |Ste n was graduated from of Miami cum I I intern teaching schools. She is I and treasurer of Mathematics SoI member of the tion Association. treasurer of Clara [V L %  u Chapter, B'nai Women. tended the Uniul Miami, and received fcSi. ^Ptometry degree .""'them Illinois College of Ptiy, Chicago, where he lumber of Mu Sigma Pi ;' r ity. He is a V f the Southeast Florida r A. Association, Tropical Bnai B'rith, Hialeah Uu ". and is on the board rttrn.i of the Hiakah-MUunl Jewish Center. Dr. eah opened h 's office l w !•'. •*'? o Sftl '•Il,| <;uvn n Morted i.y the vaad; PRPHUVS }. nn 1 as ><--lier; b !V,; H ,. ( l 'J r l >, ll -'.-. ,: chicken with the ring vaad beci 'Ul-chMed In the live po\mrV'market: ill the liv< M"1QJ f the QMVH poultry market cannot be endorsed ditionnl meals served" f\ '" '•• i-ul 1 ""•>' mi, v '"' Over Zman; P* 1 the im,, „ "atementt. auch ni "tradl l her inf 0rn ,1 ,hey Rre k sh ''' L E f ackoviw n 2, b ut K hruth call our Director, Rabbi Joseph P Y SIRKIN p Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595. BE *R, Vic'ep"; 'ice Pres. H. SOOTIN, Sec. S. LOBEL, Treas. in"So This Is B'nai B'rith," was shown. Shapiro Will Narrate Life Of Mickey Marcus Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach i attorney, who serves as narrator on the "Builders of Israel" program, has selected "The Life Story of C'ol.mel David 'Mickey Marcus" for his broadcast on Sunday, July 2, at 1:18 p.m. over, station WINZ. ••It is only fitting and proper, that the program preceding American Independence uay should be devoted to a real American patriot and humanitarian, Shapiro said. ••Builders of Israel" is a weekly ; feature of the Yiddish Classical, Hour, in which Shapiro narrates, biographical sketch of some outstanding Jewish man or women who has devoted himself to the cause of Zionism. According to Morris Nsat.r. director, "Builders of Israel has i been on the air for the past six months and will continue every Sunday throughout the summer. Mr. H. Zaidman Extends an invitation to Greater Miami Jewry to visit his premises and i n s p e e t the kashruth and sanitary conditions which prevail in the establishment. Dade Kosher Market 153 N. W. 5th Street Telephone 3-1430 Shop with confidence at the Dade Kosher Where the Customer is Always Right I'ree delivery Throuyhout Greater Miami Under the supervision of The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director Listen to WINZ on Sundays from Noon to 1:45 and Tuesdays 6-7 P.M. • hi



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PAGE TEN 9-JmistncrHiar FRIDAY. JUNE 30, Hadassah Group To Hold Affair Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah will sponsor a fundraising affair at the Zodiac R of the Delano Hotel on Sunday. July 2. at S:30 p.m. Dancing and entertainment will be on the program, which will be presided over by Host Lou Gold Chairman of the affair is Mrs Jacob (Beulah) Davis Sen or. her committee are the V. d: mes John Starr. Leonard Barr. Irwin Makovsky. John Mantell. Alec Van Straaten J. seph Pn -and Lillian Schwartz. Tickets may be obtained by c Mrs. D.,v!.01 any m rnbt Statistics On Jewish Education School Year 1949-1950 LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN Execul re D reel Bureau of Jewish Educai *G The .V.v.sh -' %  ; n '""' Sund Is Th. Is %  %  %  rev. il th< : U wing vital statw: Iren Receiving a J< ." %  ami 1950 'June 4. for ish Education ffla/Sooi Jewish educati n I scho< Is Cai instruction. The cen 1947, plus an estimaU I H .-Sen s. and by private £ io iV9 l-M Prof To Bead "Voice Of Turtle** Sam Hirsch. profess i I at the University ol Miami, will id the Broadway hit. "Voice the Turtle" on Tuesday. June 27 at the Delano Hotel, under Freedom House This is the second in a series of six plays being read by Prof. Hirsch. Remainder of the progran osist of "Finian's Rainbow." July 18: -Golden Boy." July 25: •Idiot's Delight." August 1: "§treetca! Named Desire." August 3. th 1948 and 1949 j ewi iren in Greater Miami th < nSv5 f the tol • : ma> j gjstered Iren who at Jewu -' n xh i%% The ; maining 20 ver 900 not receiving any form of | PTA Officers Chosen Mrs Irene Becker was elected il the PTA I I th •Mia Spnr.L Centi t • recent etti I ''%  ; %  .:...• n : %  •• were ;.. s Mill i< ni The Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will hold a hobo ride and picnic on Monday. July 3. at 8:30 p.m. at Crand In Park, according to an announcement by Jjseph Masters, president. Transportation will be provided for all who wish to ride hobo style by truck. The motorcade will leave at 8:15 p.m. from Kinloch Park School. 125 N.W. Ore Ave. Prizes will be awarded to the Pioneer Jeu-ish Camp of the South CAMP OSCEOLA FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS On Lake Osceola On Silver Lake HendersonrUle. N. C Horse Shoe. N. C. Registrations Voir Heing Aeeepted For The Four Week August Session CALL OWNERS AND DIRECTORS: HERBERT SILVER. B.S. IN ED.; MED. BELLE SEGAL SILVER. L. L: B. A. 350 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach Telephone 5-5375 man and woman attired in the most app: costume. Ail Iced to bring their own lunch but cjld drinks will be • ided. MrA. L. Altman is in chargs of arrangements PHILIP KENT'S SOCIETY MUSIC Personalized Music Service for Your Wedding. Bar Mitzvah or Social Function Phone 4-01S9 Widow Will Share Cool Comfortj able Home with Elderly Woman 1 or Couple. Rent Reasonable. South West Section Kosher Kitchen 1511 S.W. 17th Street HOME FOR SALE—S.W. Shenandoah 2 Bedroom CBS on 2 lots. Fine residential area. Furn. or Unfurn. Ph. 82-182*. 1411 S.W. l$th St CRACKERS| The finest in fresh>JJ crackers that meMF mouth! The oW* en|oy w cracker you every occasion. Another Qoahly Kosh* turn HOROWJJ2 MARG sssss* 'am nM/ffftv^fl Distributed by rfjM PALM DISTBIBrrOB!* 14 NX. 24th SL. Miami 37. Flo. !**•'



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)AY, JUNE 30, 19S0 *Jenistnuridliari nters Unit Set Up To Coordinate Leisure-Time Activities By GUS JACOBSON Executive Director lers Association of ater Miami taps vi u have not yet heard .„ ... %  .;.utilization which Q r, Ipjay a vital role in the life | r* 1 lity has come into j n the last two months. organ zation is known as the Mi Centers Association of Mii mi. Thanks to The h Floridian, we have* been an opportunity in a series Hides to tell you all about rganization and how it will this community. jiy people who have heard t the Jewish Centers Associadave asked what are its funcWhom will it serve? How |to be financed? How will it the people? Who are some officers? Who is on the of directors? We hope in succeeding articles in The dian to answer as many of questions as possible, but he moment my assignment is 111 you how it got started. I will leave it to my col|es on the board to answer of the other questions. undoubtedly know that have been two YMHA's in ommunity serving Miami Jiami Beach in the leisureThis happy group of youngsters answers th e call to chow at the Miami Beach YM-WHA summer day camp. Thi, year the. will be live such Vam^ o^.ting £ZJSZ?£gJ?JE£ that needed the kind of service we were providing. The Planning Committee then invited the Jewish Welfare Board to send us a member of their staff with the functioning on boards, committees, participating in activities, and to blend all of these parts, which we sometimes call resources, into one organization so kind of experience we needed to I that all of these resources may" be help us conduct a study of our used in the best interest of the ecreational field. They were own leisure-time needs and how total community rather than powevei. the only ones who performing this kind of for the community. There synagogues which carried bme leisure-time activities. were the national youth lizations. and there were in st several years new organns that grew up overnight hat we refer to as the ban areas, similarly created I best way fevelop a program of social, J eventually these needs could best be met.! tions of the community This study was conducted last November by a committee of forty local residents, with Carl Weinkle as chairman. In the articles to follow, you will hear more about what that studv has to say. At the moment, however, it is sufficient to say that the study recommended that the to coordinate and integrate all of the porI am sure you want to know how this organization proposes to do this. How will it be financed? How much will be needed to finance it? Who belongs? In next week's column another of our board members will talk with you about the purposes of the Jewish Centers Association. Congressman-elect William Lantaff will address the third annual July 4th Americanism rally sponsored by the Miami form a Jewish Centers As'socia-; Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, in tion, to serve the purposes for! F'arningo Park, it has been anwhich this organization was es-, no n ced by Program Chairman tablished and about which we will j George J. Tahanofl. be telling you much more. Howj Mayor Harold Turk and other ever, at this moment may I say; civic and religious leaders will very simply that what we aim to j appear on the platform to cornaccomplish is to take all of the %  memorate Independence Day. component parts of what there is in a Jewish center, professional staff, funds, facilities, and people Congressman-Elect Lantaff To Address Annual July 4th Americanism Rally Religious Bloc Resents Israeli Importation Of Non-Kosher Meats JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Rabbi Judah Maimon, Minister of Religion whose walking out of a Cabinet session last week precipitated what was described as j rhorus |tional and educational ac-| services in the community was to i that would serve all mem^f the family from nursery through Golden Age." |ewhere in the neighborhood 0.000 of community money king spent to provide these fcs. Of this money approxi' $90,000 came from Federajlhe rest was paid for by |using the services in the |of fees for activities and well as through affairs (ie respective agencies conMany of the newer les and the synagogues were Iting. and rightfully so, that listing agencies, namely the | s. provide them with servoth of a program character Messional workers so that BO -could enjoy the kinds of which the two Y's were providing. How to do this the most coordinated and to insure that it be p the least possible expense immunity, and at provide adequate •ivIce, became a total community !' is point the Planttee of the Greater [Jev in Federation entered the leadership of itioned agencies planning council : iping a construcII" %  '-,1 to the resolution of Iwingi nies of discussions do the job best. I that a study be the community so we could work out "serving all of the ) the community Godfrey K. Newman, lodge president, has announced that the Saul Genet. Jules P. Channing The youths will be delivered to Flamingo Park by special bus from the Miami Daily New Building. After the program, the children will be returned to the city by the same bus which is provided i y Mayor Turk. Invitations have been extended to all civic, service, educational, and veterans' organizations in the area to attend the event. Serving with Talianolf on tne arrangements committee will be major portion of the program will be devoted to music and entertainment highlighted by the rendition of musical selections by the American Federation of Musicians 40 piece concert orchestra. The Norman Bruce Brown Post of the Jewish War Veterans will participate in a dramatic presentation of the colors and the "Youth Friendship will present Irving and Charles R. Jacobson. LEGAL NOTICE" (ted oy feether ila i Jtions a grave political crisis, participated this week in a meeting of the central committee of the World Mizrachi Organization. Rabbi Maimon reported that the most important conflict between the Religious Bloc and the majority Mapai party which caused him to stage a walk-out' moonlight cruise aboard the was an announcement by Dr. Dov | Yacht Seven Si as on Sunday, Joseph, Minister of Supply, that July 2, at 8 p.m. The boat leaves the Israel government will import j from Pier 8. City Yacht Basin, non-kosher meat from U. S. SUiTickets are S1.25. Mrs. Pearl plus sleeks because it is ••cheaper Krieger and Mrs. Anna Prye are Caesar's "Songs of Friendship." l*iont>< 'l!i-I HAKOW1TZ Attoi ney for Applicant 22 Seybold liuilding, Miami, Florida 6/30 7/7-14-31 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COl'NTY Jl'DQE'eJ COURT IN AND FOR DADE COl'NTY, KI.OIMDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24425. In Re: ESTATE OP JOSEPH (Hi IJNACKI, i >• ceased. To All Oedltors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims ami demands which you, or either of you, may have ngalnat the estate % %  ( JOSEPH CHOJNACKY, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, !i the Hon. W, F. BLANTI IN, Count) Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse In Hade County, Florida, within %  ishl i li i Ini moi I the date of the first publication he • of Said claims % %  > demands i ni.un the li gni address of the claimant and ... |M swoi ii to and presei ted u* .i i i in,n : be b II red, Si i |n of tin IMS Probate Act. Jllili -v v I' !'"'•' Si IFIA I'll' 'IN VCKI, As Bxi i ut< ix • i ie Last Will and Testament of JOSEPH r.lli I.INACKI, Dei i asi d. \MOS BENJAMIN PI r.n Sophia Chopnai ki 177-1 1-21 PAGE ELEVEN 1,200 Rumanian Jews Arrive In Israel HAIFA. (JTA)—Another 1.200 Rumanian Jewish immigrants arrived here this week aboard the iner Transylvania. Some of the immigrants reported that the Rumanian government has distributed exit visas I > some 20.001) Jews who will leave the country for Israel between new and September. Another report said that 100.000 Rumanian Jews are prepared to come to Israel. (In New York HI AS announced that it has appropriated an additional $100,000 for its Rumanian office. The money will be used to assist Israel-bound Rumanian Jews, many of whom are "destitute" and require aid before sailing. The organization, which expects 4.000 Jews to leave Rumania monthly for the remainder of the summer, also assists the immigrants with documentation, transporation and baggage problems.) More than 88,000 immigrants were living in camps in Israel at the end of May, according to the Jewish Agency. Over 12,400 new immigrants arrived in the Jewish state that month. When a fellow goes a'courling 01 4 lovely lweel young thing Chances ire he'll wild up giving her X sparkling wedding ling. But belore they lie (he nuptial knot We'll lire 'em agilatios Bj inviting them to Hilctait For their wedding invitation. Thtre'i beauty in the cultimamhip 01 Hilcralt'i line engraving. Tet Bride and Cioom will buy the bejt At a mod substantial laving. So when Ihere'i romance in the air Xnd TOD want to name the day. Lei Hilctait do it lot you la th* very imarteit way. It (ngraving Company 122 N.E. SIXTH STREET TELEPHONE. 2-8164 AS LOW AS J 4% INTEREST NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COl'NTY JUDGE'S I'i't HI IN AND FOR DADE COL'NTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24435. In He: ESTATE OF Chart*! iv Kin.-. Dei-eased. T„ All Creditors anil All Persons Having Clalmi or Demands Against Said Estate: ... You. and each of you, aiv hereby notified and required to prtMBt any Ctolma and demands Which yOU. or either of you, ma} have again* the s ,!,„. ol Chart.-.. H Kin.-., >Wed, late of in County, Florida, to the Hi.n W V Blanton, County Judge ,,, DadlTcbunty, and file th* >*ua£h his offiee In the County "Millions. In Dade County, Florida, within eight rulendar months, from the date of tne lMffvTv"J | ;..,;:"„.||| I be barred. See Section 120 %  if ihe 1121 I'roliale Act. As Administrator of the Estate of •harles B. Fine, Leceaaed. MILTON A. FRIEDifAN Attorney for Administrator 6/30 i/:-u--J SAM'S KOSHER MARKET 322 S.W. 12th Avenue MIAMI SECOND ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS CHICKEN'S lb. .45 Kill ROAST lb. .79 RIB STEAKS lb. .95 III IK ROAST lb. .75 LAMB STEW lb. .25 For Free Delivery Phone 9-6266 • I



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)AY. JUNE 30. 1950 *Jmist> fkruafira/r jdassah Unit fesldeat Names imniittee Head* Isabelle Altholz, president K enI ietta Szold group of ni inied Mrs. Raymond [ ead the medical oigant'V Mrs Edward Harowitz Youth Aliyah chairV\ x t h Mrs. Leonard Barr in ( : Minyanim. Iher committee chairman are ry Amlyn, raffle; Mrs. I. Cohen, education; Mrs. I nziger, Jewish National [--. Mrs Benjamin Friedman, 'welfare; Mrs. Jack Farkas, | Mrs. Benjamin GoldI ,1 secretary; Mrs. MorI, Hadassah supplies; Mrs. !. rirgian, bulletin; Mrs. I Lear, medical school; I Ehiel Lcsowoder, Zionist afL al! d Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Lth Commission^ Qs serving are Mrs. John k'ell. spoons;Mrs. Lillian t hospitality; Mrs. Sam Cp : ,, Hadassah supplies; Mrs. I Wolf, American affairs. htors are Mesdames lhan Israel. Irwin Makowsky. told Spaet and Alex Van aten. Jrs. Abraham Goodman was bted to represent the group oil [G t< r Miami Chapter board Anna Weiss will serve Alternate. Y : ses Mescheloff was apr : I ublicity chairman. PAGE THIRTEEN Tropical Lodge Plans Picnic Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, jwill sponsor a "Family Day Picnic" at 12 no, n Sunday, July 2, • Greynold's Park, it is announced by Lodge Presidenl Sam Kessler. i A program of garni is planned,: climaxed by a softball contest between single and married members iced drinks and barbecue facilities will be provided. Chairmen of the annual outdoor celebration are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knopman. Wolfson Lecture Slated The third lecture in the scries on 'The Art of Being Happy" will be given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Tuesday, July 4. at 8 p.m., at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th St. and Ocean Ct., Miami Beach. At o p.m. the forum will join America's Town Meeting. idio Workshop Will Dramatic Fantasy I,,:. Workshop for Democracy. .. y radio series designed to |i! | better understanding beten all groups, presents eavenly Report." a dramatic itasy. with emphasis on today's i f living together in a sceful world, on Saturday, July it 7:45 p.m. over station WMIE. it J. Berliner, Bob Brenner, paid Zweigel, Sam Freeman, or-.'.i Green. Judy Freeman are |the cast of this week's presenton. Steve Kessler will be at organ. Entire production is under the kec'.nn of Mrs. Gertrude Marx, lth Bernard Hutner of the AntiB n League's Florida rell I ce, serving as technical I Over 100 guests helped celebrate the Sweet Sixteenth Birthday of Miss Leila Harriet Dubler at the Phyllis Kapp Studio in Coral Gables recently. Flanking Miss Dubler as she prepares to cut ihe birthday cake are her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dubltr. and her younger sister, Sharon. Comic Haicr Hal In llcautv Contest To Highlight Swim Dance Sal unlay water ballet by the Hillel A/.A Chapter. Carol Jaffee is in charge if arrangements, and will be assisted by Sandy Wheatman and George Schwartz, tickets: Honey Sas music: Howard Kleinberg and Herbert Finkelstein, publicity. Tickets will be available at the door. Fishman Bar Mitzvah Samuel E. Fishman. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Martm Fishman, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, July 1. at the Beth El. After services, open house will be held all day at the Fishman home, 2193 S.W. 11th St. Relatives and friends are invited to call. No invitations will be sent. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED A comic water ballet and a beauty contest to select "Miss BBYO of 1950" will highlight the swim-dance sponsored by eleven B'nai B'rith youth groups Saturday evening. July 1 at the Town and Beach Cabana Club, 1 Lincoln Road. Members from five B'nai B'rith Girls' units will be contestants [ in the beauty parade and a panel 1 of judges consisting of A. J. Kaplan, David Rabinowitz. Milton A. Friedman and Selma Lewis will award a trophy to the winner. The program will include \ a] numbers by Eleanor Davis, a water skit by Howard Kleinberg 1 and Herbert Finkelstein and the Landscape Designing For New & Old Homes FREE ESTIMATES J. S. Ill/MUX LANDSCAPE SERVICE Phone 82-3860 :bbi Kronish To Speak r. National Program ibbi Leon Kronish, spiritual Temple Beth Sholom, |1 I • featured speaker on the *'• pi igram, "The Message on Sunday, July 2. The rabbi will broads'from New York where he is |w spending a few weeks. His IF will be "The Fusion of V and Faith," an Inde• Day address. The proim will be carried by WQAM. r. Sanders To Address lolem Lodge Luncheon Ipr Murray Sanders, head of Vniversity of Miami medical • division and a co-dis'f the wonder drug. 'inycin, will speak at the luncheon meeting of Lodge, B'nai B'rith. on Way, June 30, at the Miamian ftstaurant IP'' Sanders was recently losen as "The Outstanding Man I DaJe County in 1949" in the I'rd annual competition sponIred by the service, veterans. I>a civic clubs of Greater Miami. %  Subject of Dr. Sanders' address f u be: "Medical Research Meets e Challenge." ON INSURED SAVINGS Compounded Semi-Annually Make your deposits here ...TODAY ; SAVINGS BANK INDUSTRIAL Leonard L! Abess, President 46 W. Flagler St. Miami, Fla. Acctflirts Insurtd %  P to $5,000 by Ftdtnl Deposit lisarioc* CorpoutleB Largest Savings Bank in the South taste ROKEACH BORSCHT A TTENTION Abe Chiel Says: IF YOU WANT TO BE SURE THAT YOU ARE BUYING STRICTLY KOSHER AND BEST CHOICE MEATS AND POULTRY SHOP AT THE UALITY Kosher Food Center 1961 S.W. 8th Street PHONE 82-5001 We Deliver Throughout Greater Miami Also Ship to Key West. 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PAGE FOURTEEN *Jenist Fkrkfiair The Place of the Synagogue in Jewish Life B> DR. JACOB H KAPLAN %  • for the Aged various Lodges : •' %  : : S %  I %  \..-. tev new restitutions yet n in this izat couragement and '-he is the Syna ... lifi Each instituti n may s youthful ardor ... • : -„ dependent of thi s. n it has grown I of the Synagogue, but w. cannot forget and we must not foi that the apple may r:Den on the ground, but it grew on the tree And as the wish of every mol is that her children live in %  l the 1 %  As S Synagof %  -• .. tha t his mu for to the J %  : : W • thin l %  %  --" ng before there were an) houses : study, in : ie YMHA B"l %  : : %  public schools or private schools. Synagogue is 1 for all studies, which in an age :' specialization cann I to find a place for all studies thai lead to God. '"Organization for religi >tu purposes forms the basic foundati in every Jewish community. In the photo are members of the executive board of the Central Conferf-nr meeting in Cincinnati June 7-12 for its 61st annual convention. meri "n Rju^ Left lo right in the front row are Rabbis Sidr ey L. Regner. Readina Pa #• Phineas Smoller. Los Angeles, treasurer; Emil Leipxiger. New OrleanslL r M llnan al secret*, administrative secretary: Jacob R. Marcus. Cincinnati, president; Philio B*rnV" CU i n M n fif vice president: Abraham J. Feldman. Hartford. Conn.; and Martin M. Perley Lo' ches,er 11 Rear row: Rabbis Frederick I. Rypins. Greensboro, N. C; Roland B CittoL,!.T N. Y.: Samuel D. Soskin. Fort Worth; Joseph L. Fink. Buffalo; Julian B Feih-i ""S^C^ Frederick A. Doppelt. Ft. Wayne. Ind.; Sidney M. Lefkowiti. Jacksonville Fll M %  New "t Cambridge. Mass.; Julius Gordon. St. Louis; Ariel L. Goldberg. Richmond Vp?" L Zi w3 New York City; and Nathaniel M. Keller. New Brunswick. N. J. "ward E. SJ The C.C.A.R.. a group of Reform Rabbis, is meeting at the Hotel Gibson. peace with each' though fte^JTm^SS .r !"!"!" ? \h i£P % %  n and their life u> separate h,,-. < ,-. .? H owever numerous its social and ,.___ in separate homes so the Synagogue's greai i is that all tne Jewish instituti ns maj livi I ther and work togetht .:. • : & %  % % %  m ••' %  for the welfamily. • %  : %  a n • ml er of on< :::e aaughti nstituti ns may forespect and love du tne Synas gut the : % %  • % %  r forgets 1 blood educational institurtons~may *be! ;: Synagogue whose memhowevei rous its i • • • support all of them because and political life, every communthey were and are taught to do so SarSSnoerJ^ .interpretation public tne J ?. w '•-•" • r •> oi llf e together for Jewish Life in Modern revised edition' Israel F 249. Cohen notification of the whole %  as : Remember Harry Feldman. former New York Giant pitcher who jumped to Mexico? He's doing okay with San Francisco in the Pacific Coast group. 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rer 400,000 Immigrants Have Found iven In Israel Since Its Formation By DR. GEORGE JOSEPHTHAL Absorption Department, Jewish Agency /or Palestine JEW YORK-The immigration b rL„ntinn program of the +Jewisf Meridian French origin, are potential immigrants to Israel. As Israel's second year ended.! the Iraq government, which here| tofore had kepi its gates shut on I its 150,000 Jews, surkirnlv offi to open their. The bulk of | Jews must be moved dui in coming twelve months. Egyptian Jews me arriving in Israel ;it the rate of 2,000 a month: there still 30.000 Jews in Turkey and 2f)0,000 in western Libya who will want, eventually, to go to Israel, as w.ell as Jews from ti.' communities of Iran. Afghanistan. Pakistan, India. Singapore and the Philippines U. S. Must Help Whatever their numbers and however great the pressure, the gates of Israel will never be closed to her immigrants. But unless world Jewry, particularly U.S.A. Jewry, increases its contributions to the United Jewish Appeal here! and to other united Israel appeals i elsewhere, the rate of absorption may be catastrophically slowed down. Moreover, the absorption ot more than 90.000 immigrants still j in camps as Israel's third year 1 opened, constitutes one of the! most formidable problems faced; bv the Jewish State in the months' :llld May to October 1949 the: for a three-month period and in,. )head Thp finuncing of lhis opulation of Israel's thirty-four i exceptional cases (ill-health, old prob i era too rests to an enormous bmigrant centers jumped from age, etc ) are given further benepxti nt on t K „ uU ,„„ 0 flf this 12 000 to over 91.000. The camp fits until such time as they are g Uniu ( J( w|sh A m PAGE FIFTEEN New Home of UAHC in New York e immigrants nave own j i nartiallv absorbed. As ol lar>1 1950. a total 264,372 tribution Committee with some help from the International Refugee Organization. The operation of the immigrant camps alone costs the Jewish Agency an average of nearly S2.500.000 a month. But the responsibility of the Jewish Agency lor the immigrant extends beyond the initial months spent in camp. Newcomers who move out of the camps to settle on the land are aided by the Jewish Agency's Agricultural Colonization Department and the Keren Kayemeth (which in more than half the cases provides the land for settlement). The settler is provided with everything from instruction in. the latest methods of husbandry to loans for seed and farming equipment. The Jewish Agency has thus assisted more than 32,000 immigrants to launch their farming careers in the last two years. Immigrants choosing to settle in urban areas are granted loans, |" :!'lS-Sch receives h tr>£ through the United Lish Appeal-was a dominant X in shaping the history of & second year of statehood. hn the past twelve months more 900000 immigrants from all B „ of the globe entered rae l bringing to well over be 000 the total number who R arrived since the gates were frown open on Israel's first [dependence Day, two years ago. [The overwhelming majority of Use immigrants have been at fast ffe ta *tuW"""oatricle of camps B5.000 in cities and towns and Je rest on the soil. But the rate of absorption durae the last twelve months was utstripped by the influx of imliarants. especially from such Irpas of distress as Yemen and Birth Africa. In the five-month provided with health assistance at the end of January,' completely absorbed into the economy. Jewish Agency funds also help to finance free meals The people of Israel are more for immigrant school children and than matching — financially and to maintain nurseries. otherwise-th< contributions ol The housing problem, an in*eir brethren oven ources of immigration to Israel, i ev itatIe concomitant of the the first year, over 91 migration program, is another all immigrants came ,J djn J h f, Je, ncy ^ fund£h is active. The Jewish Agencj itseli !mmi) ,,. ali „ n duri the last two Dopulation 1950. was still 86,000. It now lands at more than 90.000. Shijt in Immigration The second year of statehood Witnessed a significant shift in the U. S. solution of the immigration problem, Directly or indirectly, the Europe (88.395 from Eastern Europe) and only 8 percent from Architect's drawing of proposed Berg Memorial House of Living Judaism, new home of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations to be erected at the corner of Fifth Ave. and 65th St.. New York City, opposite Temple Emanu-El. The new center of Reform Judaism has been made possible through gifts by Dr. Albert A. Berg, notedsurgeon, in memory of his parents; and the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. UAHC afficilale. The Union, representing more than 400 Reform congregations, is headed by Jacob Aronson, chairman of the board, and Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president. Harry M. Prince, noted synagogue architect, designed the building. • erected tu.zuu provision no M. B the Jewish Agency. units-mosUy woodm itructures \V can o| £ -for unmigrantsduring the pas achieved in CO ntinual mutual coyear while Amidar, a national tions ^tween the p( ,, pl( „ f housing corporation financed • j f Diaspora jointly bv the Jewish Agency and 1 bia and Africa. During the year gust past, however, the percentage of European immigrants dropped 1 -tour while the percentage bom Moslem countries rose to : jointly by thirty-five. lne government, completed 9.000 j This shift is attributable to concre te unite in the same period. several factors. By the end of the first yen of free immigration, the' Special Problems puwish DP camps, most of the J The mass immigration from %  inmates of which were of Eastern oriental countries in the last MIOH i: FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE XOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 European origin, were virtually |empty. At the same time, the nore than 500,000 Jews still in housing. The Jewish Agency, in partnership with the Joint Distribution Committee and the Israel government, has set up a special organization to handle so-called "hard core" cases among the immigrants—the aged, the twelve months has created special problems. Yemen Jewry, traditionally one of the poorest and oland. Czechoslovakia, Hungary j m ost persecuted of Jewish cornfend Romania found it increasingmU nities in the world, has been 1y difficult to emigrate as a result [granted priorities in food and lei restrictions imposed by their I governments. Simultaneously with the reduction of the flow from Europe, negotiations with Moslem governments for permission for Jewish emigration began to bear fruit. During the year just ended the i'chronically ill, etc. famous "Operation Magic Carpet" I brought to Israel more than 36.000 As Irae rthirdI year of < j ew g v ..:„.„ii„ Inendence begins, the l liquid C( Sc..... and Jews came from Turkey and /million Jews a similar |AfriCa 'H'fto Israel: The.e are sti OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES IrVacli Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 THE GARDEN -ON THE TRAIL" 2235 S. 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Honig: %  -. • A i Portion of lh< I T'Fereih israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Arenue. .. < at %  l ati % %  -.1 <~ : in Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). HIS Euclid AreMiami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Erer. rx 1 and 53rd St. i N W find St. H -. I Israelite Center Conserratire 1 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. 4' .1 > %  %  Temple Isaiah iReform), 1536 Eay hoad. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, cantor. • • — :-' Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conserratire), 1701 Washington Are., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor 4CC1 Chase Are. Miami Jeob Y. Goldring. sen at | r • • • Congregation icung israel >Or tbedok Beach. •• A North Da guests. will be seen on mountain courts during the forthcoming summer season. Such boys as Ranzino of N rth Carolina State. Kiely of I Syracuse, Freiburger of OklaJews In Sports By HASKELL COHEN Mauric< ? ; '. 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inHH UDAY. JUNE 30, 1950 It Goes Both Ways By MEYER LEVIN Not8! The author of this article la one of the leading Uti ilu day. To the Jewish community l^vln is particularly known i,novels "ii Jewish life anil for his lirilllant report! on Paleatlm !" „ | a teal I k, Is"In Search." an autobiography.) Ever since the war I've been circulating from Europe to jerica to Israel on Jewish errands, and last year it suddenly jck me that these communities instead of getting closer jether might easily grow further apart. For oddly enough, we vs know very little about each other. America, we get a lot of 2^htfkridHa,n / 0 ys from Israel, and there are hv Americans who go to Israel return to tell us in glowing rns what things are like over Ire. But aside from the fundLing speeches we have little %  mate contact with the kind of |ture that is growing in Israel, what is worse, they know about us. for instance—while the most Bical and most active factors in average American Jewish imunity may be the temple the ((immunity center, these ktituiions are unknown to Isfcl. Worship, for those who are Servant, is orthodox. The comfx idea of the modern temple its courses in handicraft and lectures on world politics is utterly foreign one to the Dple of Israel. The Jewish amunity center with its baskettrains and dramatic clubs iv be vaguely paralleled in the Itural center of a kibbutz, but [has no parallel institution in towns. Is it important that Israel know out these institutions? Yes— kt as important as it is for us %  know about the growing strucres of kibbutzim, cooperatives, rtnership kibbutzim. Unless a eness is to develop, each nmunity must have an early |uaintance with the cultural fms of its sister community, fe commonly think of culture "I the arts—we are proud [the Philharmonic Orchestra in rail and of the fact that an perican boy named Lenni Bernl ii a there to conduct the I we are proud of the bima and the fact that an n (tor, Harold Clurwas invited to stage one of tir new productions. These are pellent signs. But when culture ives at the stage of art, it is eudy formalized, epitomized. The earlier stage of a culture I in the life of a people, for adly speaking culture is sima way of life. The coiner II lessen is part of our culture as the children's house is of the culture of a kibbutz, kind of drawings our chilinmake in a progressive school ite our way of life just we should find fascinating 1 in the drawings of .children of Ain Harod. low much inter-penetration is between the two great reB Jewish communities, in V portent sense? While a '•'< of books—many of them lobs—has given us some 1 of how the people of we. the Israelis have very I EWISH MUSICAL HOUR w 11 r—1490 on Your Dial | J acobSchachter NEKS" R LYONS %  "••ca.ter and Historical NOW Cr,,~ arr,tor p E u D -*ND FRI. FROM • r\M. TO 1:30 P.M. little notion of the American Jew's way of life. Even the literature that does exist goes translated into Hebrew, while such works as "Gone With the Wind" are preferred. And on the American side, we are coming to the stage where wi need a good deal of substance to go with our enthusiasm for Israel. A few days ago a young man who had picked up an advance copy of my latest book "In Search" at a radio station where he works, came to see me. when their large cement cowshed was first built, they had dedi•T u I M lth L a Performance of wi w Wv b, f re th <-' <*ttle were let into the place. v!,n COmmend, -' d Maa >' an t0 the young radio announcer; but in h t T th him a Peculiar thought struck me. Here was a young man who had never heard ot Hechalutz and who had obviously no cultural ties to his own people, here. Israel was awakening in him that need for contact with his own people. Would he "Burn to join an American Jewcenter, or temple PAGE SEVENTEEN sh community group? Obviously, some sort of cultural interchange, stimulated and organized, as Well as the natural interchange that takes place through young people of his kind is going to be necessary if the Israel and American Jewish communities are not to grow further apart. When I wrote "In Search," it was with the feeling that someone had to set down, for mice the common background that He binds these two communities w a w f,h S l Ve ET A r ri 2 n Psychologically, in <>u time. Jew, with no contacts in the both Israelis and American Jew organized community life. Yet he are bound mosl strongly through ?Sh a o3 / itl !" l.0 l 'T Ptin 8 8? ""• lra cd V f lh Jews of Europe such contact To him it took the These were our families in comtew I T*u u* l ^u r !J: aeL mon: evef y tsraeli had a cousin £ MK&< JIT whet h c 1 r there, in Detroit, an uncle in Brooklyn, was a kibbutz there, while doing and the families are traced back his, share of daily work, he might i to the grandparents or the other also tind a good deal of evening,'uncles and cousins who died theatrical activity? He wanted to i Lublin and in Warsaw and be amongst people of that sort. Koenigsburg. I did know of such a place— Out of Europe, we have the Maayan, a beautiful settlement culture of our immediate pastperched on a hill overlooking the Purimspiel and latkes and Sholem sea, and founded by a group of Aleichem and Yiddish melodies young Europeans with an excep| and the great culture of all Jewtional interest in the theater, so ish history. This is a meetingthat they have ever since carried point, where we have common on a very active program in; understanding, community staging. Miriam Having established this much— Laserson, who was one of the' which seems utterly obvious and actresses in "My Father's House," yet is easily overlooked—I tried had spent a good deal of time in j in this book to draw upon my Maayan, and she told me how i experiences in many trips to PalLEON BLUM DI/RIIVG LAST U.S. VISIT est.no and Israel, to give the Jew 01 America, some sense of what th.t I A t0 J ive and *row in' that land, rather than merelv to observe it. in a three-day tour. But what seemed most im-1 portant to me was to relate all this to the early, conditioning experiences of the American Jew brought up m a mistaken conflict between his Jewish ties and his American environment. It is this experience that is least understood by the Jew of Israel today and for this reason I wrote "In Search' as much for the Jew of I Israel as for the American Jew. ; We Will never find common >onds as long as we proceed with hero worship on one side and a kind of amused contempt from the other side. As long as we assign all that i.s good and prove to the character ,,l the Jew and permit the American Jew to be presented to him as a crude, cigar-smoking fellow stuffed with riches. The current plans for sending groups of students for study: :i Is in Israel are most imP i tant not only for what American Jewish students will bring back from Israel, but for the necessity of giving the Israeli contact with typical Jews from this land. There should be ten thousand young people like tinradio announcer who wanted to live for a while in a kibbutz and lake part in their community dramatics. For every envoy, for every shaliach from "Israel, to tell us what Israelis are like, there should be an American—not just one of our wealthier middle class who can afford the trip, but a median representative of the community—to give Israelis the feeling of what Americans are like. For these are our two great remaining communities; our past is a common one. and only through knowing each other well can we be sure of a common future. [HMN-H-BHG? Wolpert's Proudly Feature I NATIONALLY \ ADVERTISED V BRANDS! KROEHLER HEYWOOD WAKEF1ELD MOHAWK GENERAL ELECTRIC Fair Prices GOODYEAR AIRFOAM LANE GLAMORUGS REMBRANDT SIMMONS Easy Terms Vflfe** nunituxeCo 1200 Coral Way Listen to WFEC Every Monday at 10:15 A.M. Leon Blum, the great French Socialist leader, who died at the age of 77. was received in New York by leaders of the National Committee for Labor Israel during his last visit to the United States in 1946. An ardent supporter of Hisladrut in Israel. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN Pjmistncrkl&r FRIDAY.jU NE 30,3 HI Say... June S T 5 :N York On the Mauretania By HARRY SIMONHOFF it with I p and [roups clergy and parishioner—a skillful balance bet u respect and familiarity that is truly admirable '-.-". thepli -IP*rk Wt I • a BOX .-. sa.ted %  %  %  swank Soon I sonj pnsi --. %  •%  rather. as Mini drinking, or at %  i i ii sor ehow different £XEfi c 0 n their rate Holj "tear in s. Far from it. The an air • n But m st ,: the Fathers are rtenl a funny story. and up an ocApr:es: tely N % % %  Father. m -• ; %  [ potween clergy and parishioner—a skillful balai respect and fami'"~ Je oith Travelers June 9. As for Jewish passengers, it mav funny, but they are not alv "^ For instance. I was 5 u %  • %  u rnS out to be Italian-Americans .'. „: ~"* woman has dark eyes, black hair, plump finS and prominent nose. S'r.. '. Frfi One middle-aged man. with i • <:ubbvS covering his lower chin looked faintly Rab'oS But Rabbis seldom wear beards, and besides""!. spoke a flawless French in at iictiwi I him down as a business man from Ly >ns or BordeaW When Friday came, a noticev ; on T bulletin board that Jewish at the cinema. The Frenchman with the goatees* charge and darened in proper Hebrew and wift! pleasing voice. He turned out to be a French Raw, who had the foresight to leave immediately bef !" Hitler marched in. Now he ngregatioaZ Lexington Ave.. New York At the service, I taj that the boat maintains a Koshei kitchen thuja serve any passenger in First, Cabin, r Tourist d A Jewish Pilgrimage Talking to a priest. I learned that the HolyYa of the Catholic Church is based or. the Jubilee cm. manded by Moses in the Old Testament TrmsJnjj influence reaches out to Ger.::;-?s in 1950 sailing %  the Mauretania in Mid Atlanti thought: Why shouldn't wi %  %  p;i W-.th the State Israel functi ning iovertjfljj wouldn't it be fitting to v sevtaft year for a pilgrimage to Ml ad redediafe ourselves to the ancier.-. t the s delivered the Ten Comma: ipot Moa maw 1ZFA > %  •! ILfoars Kabbi J. .. Illlr K E i 7 Mr. & Mrs. Club Formed At Hollywood Center %  • %  %  -1 pi -progr. s elect %  :: -'• %  1 Mrs B. ~: „ £ %  '• B Saul I and Mr Person Sought 7 i Xati %  :. C on I to 1 L p 5 s, %  left Floi %  all it recent • 'Kaart, 63. L P Anyone i I the council at 3-6354. O^lu'ioO to Speak At Oneg Shabbat Hifi the Oneg Shabbat. to be sponsored I M Beach Y -..-.Zionist Di F Way, at 8:30 p 01 at 'Cohen. 353 Drive. M :: b* a talk by Le Osher ::. re ipient f the South) n Regional Hadassah Fellowship to Israel. Osht r —~ fellowship involves. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Wcshers-Wipa Auto Locks • Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK • EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK&HARDWW 1304 N.E. 2r.d Ave. Ph. 9-3141 Dance Planned : %  : L "and nt n Jul; -Lag i Max Fried! Mt. Sinai Receives Gift v. ..:•: received : • W ~ :rom pous f I Temple As rd ng I 5yd. J Greene*: the Lents 'a*to !&te S ERWG ^'\T GREATER M Mrs I %  e M ___ ~ s Giver. Camp Scholarship SUNRMPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSAKHAWUM FOB BCST COMVMXlCCMt a— —cap p. MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5S37 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC KELP RELIABLE :.V: WORKERS S5.00 k-\ EMPLOYMENT SERVICE P-;;l i : — i (T ss E an nw *L vEr = ', = E = i :--•• NOW MMIABLE HOME USE "lindane", CMUMMM DOT end PtKETHUHl KILLS ALL! family HOUSEHOLD INSECTS / A Pt>e-.. £***-• *So->e*= t S **-' J I %  W* f r V WATEi>GS.TKJCS. FLEAS. SOQOTM \JU CA*PT KFTLES. vt RSH -OTKS. ft* fs. **osoorro€S. GKATS ETC at rm fmmrrn mm c s :-i" •%  • % %  • m H v *~aram Octets' TTDSSH CLASSICAL HOUR EVERY U*!*.^*r.lNC CO v*** or> S O K D A T r: • m P. M EVERT TUESDAY • %  •.:•;• w VAIlltTV OF STANS IS THE LATir WCCDHGS AVA LABLEj CLASSIC AI LITURGICAL AKD FOLK MUSIC Cuts•-: :.5:-: i c. lt .t lt -BUILDERS OF ISRAELHAROLD SHAPIRO Won't stou com ? J Chase Federal", fanu^o^ £3 ing our Stad consecat^e wm. e3 ,,y rece:ve liberal earningsf^Jr^gd^ way Z Omm today: ?*"*££?%**] account on or before Jw> .0 six-months dividend this .-Chose Federal Sav^g %  an antci U** liaccla %  •*< m W-MII MM €•' %  %  %  ^ C IBpW ****



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FRIDAY, J UNE 30, 1950 U^islh[kriidHar 17 Young Women \if4n. MSI. The assessmen. oi property under the said certificate tana* was In the nan,, of Francis Unless raid certificates shall be re' "; l according to law, the properly gf~ribo„ihereln will be w di to the highest bidder at in.Court House door on the first Monday in the ., „ t of August, A. I>. 1950. which J Vi, 7th day of Auguit, A. b. 1950 "' A.'D^IO.^' 8 he 26th ,ay f J,,n "' iJLJhm LEATHERMAN. < lerk Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. Court Seal) By N. C. STKItRKTT. 7/7-14-21 De|,U,y nerk LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE PAGE NINETEEN UNDER FICTITIOUS V,,,,,, NAME LAW US ^HEiiKiv !IVR: i State rtlficate LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IN T7f 0 K T ^,WlT P %V g !" r ~ LEGAL NOTICE %  mi %  Clerk of -I JACQUES RoHER ,,. M-PI^M'/I'V'.,' — 'LK,:'" MAR, %  IV .NOT ICE BY PU8L.CAT.0N [ t |)| VI i|{CB (Circuit 6/30 IDL Launches iducational Campaign YM-YWCA Camps Operation "Let's Live Demofacy," the Florida regional office the Anli-Defamation League's ^operative educational campaign the YM and YWCA's throughut the state of Florida, is now aderway, according to Gilbert Balk in. ADL director. [The Young Men's and Young romen's Christian Associations inu; the state are including eir day and summer camping fctivities the Anti-Defamation ague'3 film strips, posters, songs nd other human relations maIrials mure than ever before. lalkin disclosed. 1 According to schedule, state YM lid YWCA summer camps will be Tsited by experienced interfaith lid mtercultural leaders who will fmonsliate Anti Defamation eague hu/nan relations materials Id lead discussions to build lendly group understanding %  rnard Hutner. assistant diBT _of the Anti-Defamation %  agues Florida regional office, heady appearing twice weekly the .Miami YMCA day NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Mrt __„ NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In .usim.ss under the fictitious name of ?n v 8 ,H.' hl \""y '• 1, U01 Store at 433 Northwest Seventh Av ami, Florida, Intends to name with the Clerk Uourt of Dade Countv enue, Mlreglster said of the Circuit "••!,, rida _,,„, BENJAMIN KRAMEISEN FRANK K. SOLOMON K ,y ''"' ""'Jainin Krameisen fill Blseayne Hide, 6/16-23-30 7/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „__.__ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat tne undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of i asa Maikin Apartments al 541 isth MI,-,. I. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk -ircult Court of Had,County, HERBERT J ^uW HER ^*8,30 "; 7 J :,4 f ?J I Jac< u Roher, Jr. NOTICE UNOERFTCTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY Ihe mi.I,. VEN BENJAMIN WEQBREIT v „ ? ole Owner MAX It. SILVER Attorney for Applicant "' %  > 11-21 i : ;-n OK THE CIRCUIT AM. FOR DADE CHANCERY, No I\ Tm^cm B ,r, P^BLTCATION I-I .-.•','."" IT COURT ELEJ ENTH Jl'DICIAL OP FLORIDA, IN COUNTY. — IN 13*111. A HWM KIVAN ''' K COMPANY, a ii \ \i, ''''i"""' 1 """. Plaintiff, vs. IRA MONEY and BESSIE MONEY Ma i wife, and LOVINA M. TRIPP I '' %  I'-iidanls. TO: l ,' { A .NI, NK v "'"' BESSIE MONEY :.',' %  {? %  ''I s Terr.,, .[-,".','' %  ^25" Ml '""' l;, -" n Florida TO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED hat a lull for foreclosure of chattel mortgage covering the following ,i,property In Dade County, R w.LsoN. '.•.• % %  ...,.. % %  ;,';,' %  !,;;;-,." %  s Deputj Clerk % %  ;; fall to do so, judgment bj default v.111 be taken agaln.il you fot h relief demanded In the Bill of cimplalnf. ..,. .";."•:!"• B f nal1 '•" KublisKed once %  ".;.%  >> for four consecutive wetka in HiJewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, lay of .lulu. West York, Florida. HARRY Attorney 6/9-18-23-SO -NATHAN KLIGERMAN EDITH KLIGERMAN Owners DIETZ for Aiiplieants 130 p.m. Idins of pdassah Unit lloli Coarse %  Miami Beach Business & ": nal Women's Division of wssan is planning a series of ..courses for the summer, to Education Chairman I % %  Lebon. 'rat in the series will be a tap/H, asic Judaism," to be R, d by f H y P"morantz of IBureau of Jewish Education •' Thursdayi June 29 in the religious school 'ne Miami Beach %  sh Community Center. ^WHHLSS 11600 ,Sector of %  klvn t m r, burR YMHA ^ \,' S f^ Ve as director of at the Morningside Hurl yvil New %  Sam Winograd. City down eC tor ? f athletics *f Can H S ', m ar berth ^ r AlL.Am. 0t eI IrV Tor ^bX^ r ba1^ a el m I J t Th 1 %  M"Boste„ rk r ( ,i^ hile Red I coachi nt &f ? eltl S me ntor, |try Cluh in w hc K utscher's Now Ub n a ^"ticello, New i trie hnfli dltlon t0 nam e J^^-frsare going LEGAL NOTICE ^^VirTr^Ur NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In %  :!\,"!:*> : ,.""' ], > ,he fletitlous name of I.M-I HOTEL .a 1040 Washington Avenue, .Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Cireuii Court of Dade Countv, Horula. ANNA FREED SOL FREED ELRY STONE Attorney for Anna Freed and Sol Freed 6/30 7/7-H-J1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Neonlte Sign Company at LT>2 N W pth Street, Miami, Florida, Intend i" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. EMIL FLUTIE ALBERT Fl.l'i'li: MORTON" ROTHENBERG Attorney for Emil Flutie 6 30 7/7-M-21 il F, AM f A ""'lnlstratrix of know M '"' .",' A V V '" "" %  ""• Bl0 oi „ •'•; 1 uwa /' ( "''""Atwood w'iii,m. ;."''• s ":'•"" ; ml c Mie imams, den-as.-,, 'lainllff >^ MAMIE ODAM, Defendant. 1 "' ~ xou, Main:.Odam. .',1 Street, New York, .\,-required to serve n copy of answer to the Bill of Com n,' Z '•"•''" %  "';', v Decree on plaintiffs aty.ie.v .Harold Shapiro, 27 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florid) Iglnal in the offl f this Curt on or before Juli :; I.'...-. oti,..,-„ -.. a Decree l-ro C "ill be ,111, i, d against you. This Notice win be published once a week for four isccutlve wei k In the Jen i Florldlan, Dated June 27, 1930, E. B. L.EATHERMAN, III Court Seal) and ril of the Clerk By C. II \ROLD >ll \ I • 11: < > Attorney lor Plaintiff 27 l.lneoln Road Miami Beach, Florida •'SO T 7-14-21 It. WILSON, Deputy < !li: k, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Patio Self Service Laundry at N.W. 17th Av., Miami, Fi tends to register said Clerk of the Circuit County, Florida. HOWARD It. GREEN MARK SILVERSTEIN Attorney 4L'ft Line,In Road Miami Beach, Florida 6/9-16-23-30 Radio, talde model Hay Bed Card Table tary Desk Irons Toasters Singer Sewing Machine, Elec. abinet Chairs gasj Elec. Wash. Machine Elec. rrigidalre "il Range Table Hollywood Beds YValnul Ch,if,,robe "Walnut Dn Bser :i Arm\ • %  en brought against you in the Co II I. .ii.,I yo to bill ol omplalnt on pin attorney, Mar.v Faber, ;:. Ulan i i ; %  %  Ida, .md n Clerk of the ab • l.efore day Ju .: ol h i %  • ... Bill of i taken Dated E, B LEATHERMAN, .. Couri |i %  II Co Bi I I-:C. R WILSON, Dep • Florida, this 12 Clrc (Circuit %  ims 3 day ,,f .nine. AD ISSO E. B. LEATHERMAN Cletk. Ult < ..mi, D.„|.. County, Elo.-ldi. 6/16-23-30 7'7 Court Seal) By R, ii RICE. ,IR, Deputy Clerk, c, inn, CcilN'TY. Aereos, %  30 : 7-11 name Court 230S irlda, Inwith the of Dado fities kl in ree's NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT CURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. I31298-D. DANIEL GLADSTONE, Plaintiff, vs. PEARL GLADSTONE, Defendant TO: PEARL GLADSTONE c/o Samuel Knauer 308 S. 3rd Avenue HiKhland Park N.-w Brunswick, New Jersey YOU ARE HEREBY Nl ITIPIED that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to Serve a ropy ,,f your Answer t.i the Hill of Complain. on Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original Answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 27th day of June, 19S0: otherwise the allegations of said Hill will be taken as confessed against you. DATED this 26 day of May. 1(50. E. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. STREET & GREENFIELD Attorneys for Plaintiff By: Leo Greenfield 350 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 5/29 6/5-12-19 h*iL ln ; :i!V HIVE> Ith ,* ho d at nnnM... •:N that engage in STK R TESNEi P-M* TBNNBT ^ H E E GAT C ^V MNS F OB AL ADVERTISING ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Florldlan solicibi your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate sendee at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 far messenger service. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the und, rsigned, di sli Ins to eni business under the fictitious name ,,f HERBERT'S 3 & 10 DEPARTMENT S'l'i IRE at number 7 :>;", s.W Si h Strei t, in the City ,,f Miami. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk • %  !' the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. HERBERT NTSSMAN Sole '-A ner MAN It. SILVER Attorney for Applicant il ',-|,. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN C< il'XTY JUDGE'S c< dRT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No 172 RE: ESTATE OF l.nllS NATHAN. I'.-, eased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and ;•• for Final Distribution and Din I as executrix of the estate of Lo Nathan, dei • asi d; and that in day of July, 1950, I will apply to the Honorable W F Blanton, I' Judge of Dade County, Fl la l approval of said final report and ord r of final distribution and final charge as executrix of the estate of Louis Nathan, d. ,-. aseil. This 1st day of June, 1950. MARY NATHAN MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for exeuutrlx S50 Seybold Building Miami. Florida t/9-16-33-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that eairlng I engagi %  iltiout JIMMIES SUNDRIES a. 39 s W. Slh Street, Mis • •.,! t,. res • %  said name with thi the Cln C in ol D Florida. NATHAN SEDLIK AL RETSKIN ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ %  Nathan SeUlik and A Retskln '7 7-11 NOTICE TO APPFAR IN THE CIVIL COURT OP RE IN AND FOR HADE FLORIDA —No 13918 MORTON ROTHENBERG, Plaintiff v^COMPANIA ITAU TRANSPORTES AEREOR Defendam lo Companla Ran Transport,A Foreign Corporation, Asdrubal D,, Nasclmento iW, si,, Paulo. Brasll: YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED t., serve upon Morton Rotnenbeix-. -HM i.i,„,,i n Road, -Miami Reach. Florida, an answer to fji complaint filed herein and fiio the original in the office of the Clerk Of i nil Curt of Record, Dado County. Florida, on oi before July 10. I.',", otherwise said complaint will betaken as onfessed by you and a default will be entered therein Dated this >iii flay ,.f June, 1950 „ W. OECIL WATSON, lerk of Civil Court of Record, I n Ivll Cart of Record Seal) By T. C. BLi 'I'.VT, JR., I 18-23-30 7 7 "' %  '""' %  1 :,: NOTICE UNi3£R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY I5IVEN that the und. : -i. the I ROBERT A. PATRICK SALVAOH '"OMPANY in |ii I.I, coin Road, Miami Dade C K Ida, Intend the i "lerk lit Court o. Dad.County. HARRY .1 LOUIS EARL WINTERS IE TALIANOFF, ESQ. 120 Li:: Bea h, Florida Vi %  • Vpplli ants 23-30 7 7-14 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engagi m I %  e ol Southeastern 120 N u U. :. .M 1 of the i Florida STANLEY HIRSCH A. HIRSCH 7 7-1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CHRCUIT COURT DK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCC1T. IN AND FDR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN" CHANCERY, No. 7Tt"il'l SUZANNE V. CRUM, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN WESLEY CRUM, Defendant. TO: JOHN WESLEY CRUM Residence unknown. Yot; ARE NOTIFIED a Nill f > omplalnt for divorce has been filed against you in the above I ause. and you are required to serve a copy of vour Answer on the plaintiffs attorney and file the original in the office of the Clerk Of the Circuit Court, on or before the third day of July, 1 otherwise the allegations of said of Complaint will be taken as fessed by you. •""'" %  1; : E B. I.EATHKRMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court < C,Wn C u Sr\l .1 RICE, Deputy JACK A aBBOTT Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beac I, Flo I t/9-U-M-M P.ill coii JR., Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE H'RT • >F THE IVENTH Jl'DICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, — IN CHANCERY, So 133343 FLORENCE LINN PULLMAN, I'ia RT B. • %  ant. I.I.MAN x. New 1 1 tlfied Pleading I the : on thi At. %  I MUn Answer or Plead t Court on or i before th. 1K NE AND %  iRDERED at M ami, Florid •' %  : : I luni A.D, I I! i E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court, Dad,County. Flol IS ill %  mrl Seal) B) WM W. STOCKINO. IVputy Clerk, ti 2:1-30 7 7-U t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious Florida Ituilding Journal al >92o N.W, Mnd Aven le. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the llerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PUBLISHERS. HOPKINS PUBLICATIONS DAVID SHUBOW, I 23-30 7 7 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Joseph Bchaffer has i'.hdiathe SUSSMAS LOAN COM 'ANY. SS8 North Miami Avenut, Miami, Dade County. Florida, whlcl will lencefortn h,continued as a sole proi i etorshlp bv Meyer Sllbert who has assumed ail the liabilities thei ol MEYER S1LBERT JOSEPH SCHAF 6, 1S-23-30 7. 7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE UOUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 133421 L K POTTER and FANNIE Q. POTTER his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. A, THEODORE SWEIGARD, ,-t als, I %  • fendants, IN THE NAME OP THE STATE oF FLORIDA: To the I lefi ndants: A THE RE SWEIOARD, and if iv i rled, his sp ise, n sldence and address unknown; JAMES ALLAN, and If married, his spousi :. -,,|. : and address lllliv n: ELIZABETH McCARTHY, and if ma: i Ii ,i. his or hi i spouse -real di and addi • -unknou n: EUPHEMIA THOMAS, and if ma:: %  her spouse ddresii unknown. %  1 exlstel %  % %  !' said %  :. nbi .ii med deni In the following den rlbed property, lying and being In Dade County, Florida: Lot I, Block 4, Revision of CORAL VILLAS, a subdivision, according to the Plat thereof, -.I,i in pi it i:.„,k I, Page 27, Public Records of Dade County, Florida; Lot 11. Itlock 2, EI.P.AROD.V fJROVE, Plat Book IS, Page 36, tlon :i". Township 52 South Range i-' East. In the Town of North Miami. County of Dade, State of Florida: I..,t 12, Block 2, ELBARODA GROVE, Plat Hook is. pan, *•;, Section 30. Township 52 South. Range 4J East, in the Town of North Miami. County of Dade, State of Flol i,la; You and each of you are hereby required to serve a oopy OI your Answer to the Bill of Complaint to Qtllet Title to and remove clouds from the titles and equities to and In the above described property on DE COSTAS, MAER A FLOYD, 307 BIscayna Building;, Miami. Florida, attorneys for the plaintiffs, L. E. POTTER and EANNIK C POTTER, his fe, ind file Ihe original of such Answer In the office of the clerk of the Cli cult Court on or before .he : | day of July. 1930, otherwise ihe allegations of said Bill of Homplaint will be taken as confessed by you WITNESS my hand and the official ,n the II day Of 3UnV M E B. LEATHERMAN. ,'!. k of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal I ..... By WM. W. ST CKIXO Dep ity Clerk. DeCOSTAS. MALI'. AND FLOYD Attorneys Blscayna Building Mi.ucI. Hori la 6. l-2J JU 7 7



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PAGE TWENTY *Jenitffkrrt*3r FRPAY, JUNE 30. 1950 Journal Presents Health Conditions In Israel -.,: :: S and In the I i DM .-.-I I PulverE • • %  '-• • I H in T< d: I5 e in IsL TI K %  %  • group. : %  : K j :. I %  Fistoulari To Be Guest Conductor Of State Unit rhe I la State Orchestra. %  .:-... % %  : -" I ... ha 1 %  Fistoulai z 1 %  sk: f undei an "•' %  r -" -. • I leadEu: pe In 1M %  I had %  ;; V -LS V Kahn-Salomon Open rar Ajgenry : :. %  %  ren: 74 Ail R -. S %  %  ol the DeSoto-Pl Jth M %  ''. B • %  I W rW War II been in Miam: -..-. h tone became e^ %  %  1 go in 192 ited with the firrr : Kal ;. Si Alperl prior t en* 1 l %  • %  Speed ninj ntract for De" -1 Ei rest : ti %  In I %  -. %  fate nati .-.. I Oi l Phi] BBC tra and the 1 S vmi Let 6ERNIE SAFFER Worry ... About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties, Meetings, Bufiets. A Complete Caterino Serv-.ce PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS. SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 3-4845 JACK & JILL, 24 N.W. TUi St Of Miami Ave. IPo Air ay trith Washday itackavhes! i onserve Your Strength Use Our Blue Ribbon Wet Wash 5c lb ASK OUR DRIVER OR PHONE 3-0753 — S-fWM ^^ *~+ For Free Piek M'p and Delivery Buy Real Quality at a Real Savings GET THIS^^^CHANGE-OVER OFFER! Top AlLOWAMCtS 0 for unbred mileage m your present tires. Payment TERMS or charge at yowr con3 One week F*K TRIAL ride on yoar own vemence. Compare these advantages with any other tires ir ROYALTZX rev aefety tread device-holds when tires never held before. ir Everlasting WhiteweUl BO more curb-scuff and abrasion. ir Renewable tread up to 60 % more safe miles. If it isn't a Royal, i: isn't 'Air Ride." it Chosen for the finest new cars! • Produced by world-famous D. S. Rubber rraftsmen. Highest mileage at lowest cost best ur. value in the market today. ir Full lifetime guaranteeHURRtIM TODAYd LIMITED OFFER-LIMITED TIME $ 4% CO For Fully Guaranteed K. DO Factory Type Full Cap 6.00x16 Exchange. No Discounts. *'Boy,w/iatal>ity!''' A Quarter Century of Prosress in Greater Miam Easy titular! Terms —Little As SUM Per W** NORTONA TWO STORES MIAMI 500 W FLAGLER ST Ph 3-4639 1454 ALTON'ROAD Ph. 5-5115 Louis E. Pallot President


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Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 30, 1950

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01169

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 30, 1950

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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KjWE 23-NUMBER 26
UJA Leaders Deny Proposal To Halt
Immigration To Israel For 6 Months
MEW YORK, (JTA) Julian
- Jewish Agency, we were told that
to
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
_________________MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
the failure of American Jews
Venezky, chairman of the
Rational Campaign Cabinet, and
V muel Rothberg, chairman for provide sufficient dollars immed-
"rial gifts, of the United Jewish iately would create very grave
thatl difficulties for the entire country.
"We do not believe that the
funds available at the present
time through the United Jewish
Appeal are adequate to meet the
critical needs of a 'ncw or never
. denied this week
,hev hud made a PrPsal in
Is'ael last week that immigration
foe suspended for six months. The
|l'j\ leaders returned by plane
from the Jewish state last week.
A New York Times dispatch I immigration that cannot be kept
ff.l A..;.> rt.iHIicWorl 1^1 Kolmir 1 r\ (HKI B mnnth J( <\* Tahh,
Tel Aviv published last
I week stated that the two leaders
|of the United Jewish Appeal had
I urged a temporary halt in im-
I migration to Israel to give Ameri-
can Jews a "breather" in their
Iftind-raising efforts for the UJA.
"Any proposal for limiting im-
I migration at the present time is
unthinkable and highly danger-
... the statement issued by
I Rjthberg and Venezky declared.
"In conferences with leaders of
below 15,000 a month. If the Jews
of the United States fail to act
quickly, Israel itself will be over-
Klan Will Try
Fr Monibors In
\ ai ions Capital
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
Ku Klux Klan has opened a
recruiting drive in Washington tc
organize 3.500 members from
among government workers, it
was learned this week.
Recruiting organizers have ar-
rived her,e from Atlanta. Ga., it
was reliably reported. This de-
velopment follows a preliminary
visit made here recently by
Samuel Roper, former police of-
ficer who is Imperial Wizard of
the Association of Georgia Klans.
whelmed and everything we have I Roper was told by sympathizers
tried to build will blow up in ourj here that 3,500 new members
could easily be enlisted here in
less than 60 days. A tentative goal
has been set at that figure.
Roper said recently that Klan
faces. We have seen the Jews
from Iraq, Rumania, Poland and
from other countires as they have
Been coming into Israel. We are
convinced that our entire outlook
must be changed and that the
150,000 immigration figure that
was adopted early this year must
Israel government and the i be sharply revised upward."
Temple Isaiah Buys Land For
Building Of House of Worship
NCRAC Meets With Tribune Officials,
Analyze Propaganda Character Of Story
NEW YORK, (JTA) The Na- i
tional Community Relations Ad- Committee, the American Jewish
visorv Council, which is the Congress. Jewish Labor Commit-
eoordinating body of all Jewish tee a"d the Anti-Defamation
organizations combatting anti-! League met with the senior
Semitism, revealed that immedi- executives of the Tribune,
ately after the article appeared "At this meeting the article
in the Chicago Tribune represent- was analyzed from the standpoint
atives of the American Jewish of its propaganda character," the
N.C.R.A.C. reported. "It was
pointed out that in the associa-
tion of exclusively Jewish names,
in linking of Zionism and Com-
munism and lurid references to
suicides and mysterious deaths
vaguely associated with the in-
dividuals named in the article,
the writer had followed the
I 'hleago Tribune
ApoUizes To
Jewish troups
CHICAGO, (JTA)-TheChica-|(
go Tribune this week apologized | pattern of Goebbels and pro-
to Jewish organizations for a, fPinn:ii anti-Semites in the
and Indiana.
The board of directors of
Temple Isaiah approved the pur-
chase of a lot on 86th St. and
Byron Ave. for the purpose of
building a house of worship.
Siegfried Geismar, president, an-
painted a building committee,
consisting of A. J. Harris, Ben-
jamin Tupler, Joseph Rosenthal,
and Abe Schonfeld, to proceed
with definite plans for the con-
struction of the building.
The parcel of land consists of
two adjoining lots totaling 100 x
187 feet Present plans call for
the construction of a chapel,
which will be built at the far end
of the lot. Large enough to ac-
commodate 300 worshipers, it will
also contain classrooms for the
religious school, rabbi's study, rest
rooms and kitchen. Over-all plans
call for the building of a large
edifice as a temple. The chapel
will then be used as an auditorium
and religious school.
Temple Isaiah, the only Reform
Jewish ccVgregation in Miami
Beach, first opened its doors in
June 1948 in an old mansion at
4925 Collins Ave., subsequently
Mum Clearance
Program Wins
Bv ,i.:ii; Votes
Miami's citizenry went to the
polls Tuesday and overrode a
city majority on slum clearance.
A total of 14,246 votes were
cast for large scale redevelop-
ment of the city's slum area with
federal aid under the 1949 housing
act and public low rent housing
tor low income families living in
the blighted areas. There were
10,410 votes against the program.
The referndum .attracted 24,884
voters to the polls, but 228 did
not record their choice.
The mandate, forced by a suc-
cessful petition campaign, has the
effect of law.
The city commission must now
approve an application for an
advance of federal funds.
moved to the Miami Beach Realty
Board Building at 1065 Dade Blvd.
and is presently using the YM &
WHA of Miami Beach building
at 1536 Bay Road for its religious
purposes.
organizations for a fessional anti-Semites
noper saia recenuy mat Man front-page article asserting that I United States."
recruiting was progressing "nice- |upreme Court Justice Felix Following tnis mceting. the four
ly" in Mississippi and Florida and Frankfurter. Henry Mo. genthau naliona, Jewish agencies sent a
was "picking up" in northern l'*- ^ Sen. Herbert H. Lehman ietter to j. Loy Malonev, manag-
states. especially Pennsylvania c?n,ftu ed, c^. .'^"^m! mg editor of the Tribune, stating
of the United States The article h be and has
appeared May 29 under a Wash- b interpreted as employing
ington dateline. anti-Semitism for political pur-
The apology was made in the poses." Emphasizing that they do
form of a letter addressed by noj question the right of an>
J. Loy Maloney. managing editor newspaper to express its political
of the paper, to the Chicago chap- philosophy and do not seek to
11 circumscribe the Tribune's right
to criticize individuals in public
life regardless of their race, color
Cornerstone Ceremony
Plans are being made by the
I rumaii. Mc<*rath
Praise Perlman
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Solici-
tor General Philip B. Perlman
this week drew high praise from
President Truman and Attorney
General J. Howard McGrath. Mr.
McGarth announced that
ters of the American
Committee, American Jewish
Congress, Jewish Labor Commit-
; tee and Anti-Defamation League
Vlr; j of B'nai B'rith. However, the
Perlman successfully represented I j r was not published ln the
thn Ont;nrnm*>nt r\pfr\r thp Nil- ,_. -
the government before the Su-; chicag0 Tribune
preme Court, "making a record I r%JSmU, .<
never before equalled by any
Flagler-Granada "Jewish Com- j Solicitor General in history."
munity Center for its cornerstone I President Truman said: "Mr.
laying ceremony to be held on Perlman's work brings great
Sunday, July 9, at 3 p.m. at the | credit to himself, the Justice De-
site of its new home, 51st Place | partment, and the United States
and N.W. 1st St. I Government. I honor him for it.
Declaring that the article to
which the Jewish organizations
took exception "was an isolated
news report and not the start ot
a series." Mr. Maloney's letter
says that the Washington cor-
respondent dealt with Justice
Frankfurter, Mr. Morgenthau and
Sen. Lehman as public men, re-
gardless of their religious beliefs.
"The story was not meant to
imply any association or parallel-
ism between Zionism and Com-
munism," the editor said.
"The Tribune is not anti-
NEW YORK (JTA)The executive and administrative com-! Semitic," Mr. Maloney continued.
mittees of the American Jewish Congress, meeting this week at I "its record has been that of a
the Hotel State, approved a ******* **S*fg **! % ^Sweve? uXSar
organization's original principles. The AJC. tounaea a years | thejr cause.- Emphasizing that in
ago by the late Dr. Stephen S. Wise, said in its statement that | printing the article, the Tribune |
AJC Rededicates Itself To Original
Principles, Rejects Totalitarianism
Jews true to the American ideal
and to Jewish tradition "reject
every form of totalitarianism as
imperilling the survival of the
Jewish people and the freedom
of mankind."
The statement of principles,
made public by AJC president
Rabbi Irving Miller, added: "Since
the essence of both the American
ideal and the Jewish tradition
1 is the sacredness of the individual,
we can pursue these objectives
only through the free democratic |
process, and must reject every
form of totalitarianism as
", The AJC will ioininde. I J foresee the interpr^ta-
cratic association, through tne "". ., __,__ u- i.*-
World Jewish Congress, with!'
in Jewish circles." the letter
World Jewish Congress, wun ~ tnat ..the,e
Jewish communities of other cont > not inte, ded
lands to affirm the unity of the 'mP
lands to affirm the unity ot u.e r^.u Tribune, which
Jewish people and to help secure by the Inbun,=
and protect the civil.religion f e^hto ammunition ,
and economic rights of Jews
everywhere.___________________-------------------
has nc
ing or to
to anti-
Cantor To Report On
Israel Trip Monday
Eddie Cantor, national cam-
paign chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, will report on
Miracle in Israel" over NBC
network on Monday, July 3,
.at 10:30 p.m. He will discuss
! 'he immigrant reception and
absorption program supported
in Israel by the UJA.
Cantor and his wife, Ida,
nave spent several weeks in
Israel at the invitation of
i^rime Minister David Ben
! Gunon.
Conservative Rabbis Call On Jewish
Women To Stop Working On Sabbath
form oi toiaiiiai""' "" T I it
perilling the survival of the Jew- | YORK, (JTA)The four-
X ZZZ.U and the freedom of Ntw s^' .. R,whinica
ish people and the freedom of
mankind. These objectives flow
out of our joint responsibilities as
Americans and as Jews. In their
day convention of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America, represent-
ing tne Conservative rabbis con-
cluded here this week with
the presentation of citations "to
those who meet and represent
these standards."
Promulgation of a covenant
Americans and as Jews, in u.w. here this week with a Promulgation of a covenant
realization, our heritagesoAmer- "^ calling upon Jewish appropriate ritual by which
ican democracy and the trad ton re.o United sttes t with app i> dedicate
lean waiiwusM ..-.- --
of Judaism will achieve fulfil-
ment." The statement listed the
following goals of the AJC.
"1. Assurance and extension of
the fundamental freedoms of man
through elimination of all forms
of political, social and economic
discrimination on grounds of race,
color, religion, ancestry, or na-
tional origin.
"2. In order that Jews living m
America may be meaningful and
creative, the AJC seeks to pro-
mote more democratic organiza-
tion, stimulate an informed
awareness of Jewish affairs, en-
courage Jewish scholarship and
tester the affirmation.of Jewu.h
religious, cultural and historic
identity. ,
"3. Assist the people of Israel
to develop in freedom security
and peace, and promote mutual
understanding and cooperaUon
between America and Israel.and
between the Jewish commumties
of both lands.
S the United States not
to cook, shop and to avoid similar
household work on the Sabbath.
Rabbi Max D. Davidson was
elected president of the organ-
iZThenneed to attend public wor-
ship on the Sabbat ..-"an indis-
pensable expression of loyalty
P' lir faith" was also em-
Bhw"d by the law committee.
Phich urged the Conservative
or creed, the Jewish organiza-
tions said:
"The oncern of the Jewish
community in this instance stems
from the fact that the article
appears to follow the recognised
propaganda pattern originated by
the diabolical genius of Goebbels
of Nazi Germany and emulated
by the leading anti-Semites in
this country. The technique of
associating exclusively Jewish
names regardless of the relevancy
of such association is an old one
in propaganda. The practice of
anti-Semites in associating Com-
munism and Zionism so as to
evaulate one with the other is
well known: and their shabby
though lurid references to mys-
terious deaths and suicides as
the concomitant of too much
knowledge of secret influence in
government has been worn
threadbare. The gruesome im-
plications of these methods have
shocked the Jewish community
when they have been utilized in
the cheap circles of racketeer
anti-Semitism. It is the more
shocking when parallels appear
in the Chicago Tribune for then
they have about them the cloak
of respectability."
The representatives of the four
Jewish organizations then de-
manded "complete assurances"
from the Tribune that "the un-
fortunate implications" of the
article were not intended by the
newspaper. ^^^^
ADL Discloses Georgia
Anti-Semitic Politicians
ATLANTA. Ga.. (JTA)The
Anti-Defamation League's region-
al office here, has published a
list of "three known anti-
with appropriate riiwu "j 7.**": ,lsl "* ~ ....--- -
the Jewish people would dedicate Semites" who are "presenting
themselves to the achievement
and maintenance of world Jewish
unity was favored in principle by
the convention. The idea of a
World Jewish covenant was pro-
posed in a resolution presented by
Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan, and was
unanimously adopted "in princi-
ple" by the 300 Conservative
rabbis attending. The convention
also voted to launch a nationwide
movement to dedicate itself to aign to promote acceptance
the task of restoring the dis- minimUm code of religious
..iolines and observances always ji.tc f
site 'stasis
observance among adherents of
the conservative movement.
Acheson Lauds Arab
Reception To Big 3
Arms Declaration
the united Synagogue Ui.--.-g j^ms Declaration
urged the -^K^SgS WASHINGTON. (JTA) Sec
religious courts 01 law """"** K __,-----* tntP Dean Achesol
the country, recommerul^ to te
United Synagogue and the Na
retary of State Dean Acheson
this week, welcomed the recepUon
of the Arab League to the three- for the Jews
themselves to the people of
Georgia this year for election to
public office." The ADL listed the
three as Thomas Me-cer Linder,
candidate for reelection as Com-
mission of Agriculture; Mrs.
Jessie Welch Jenkins, candidate
for Governor: and Parson E. G.
"Jack" Johnston, running for the
U. S. Senate.
The ADL pointed out that
Linder, employing the columns of
the state agricultural publication,
"Market Bulletin." has written
that "we busted our country fi-
nancially and buried many
American boys in Europe to keep
the Jews from going back to Pal-
estine. Now, in less than ten
years it looks like we are going
to have another world war and
bury a great many more boys
across the sea to make it possible
to do what they
of standards for Jems? Jg^, ^ying ims to Middle East states. I he wrote.
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FRIDAY, JU^,
Mew Agency Places 18 Mew Americans in Full-Time Sfct^^5
The newly organized Jewish Vocational Service is the local I Typical
Jewish community's answer to the problem of securing employ-(er hri F
men' for the New Americans who have soucht haven here, as ; .line's.
to K
ine
I Emil Gould, who has given
-------- ..... ., = j-iii^iii.uii wiiu iiuve suuuiu nuven i
well as for many individuals who have lcna bsen on relief.
The new agency grew out of a survey of the Jewish Social
S i conducted by tl
..: Jewfc F
- m iu mar.* .m-u iv. ie- tmll (jould, who
ed on an ex] unstintinffb' of his
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launched, the JSSB was
passing through one of the many
critical periods it has somehow
weathered during the past i
Due to the failure of the bade
I unty Community Chest, which
supports the bureau's relief pro-
gram, the agency for the firs'
time in its history was pleading
for Federation fund
Since the organization was
rot included in this year's
Combined Jewish Appeal, funds
for its operation have be encon-
tributed by a group of public-
spirited citizens who have faith
in the new agency and the
work that it is doing.
At the present time, the Jewish
iw reueration iunds for this "* l"c !* unit-, km jewisn
purpose. In addition, the refugee Vocational Service is equipped
resettlement and rehabilitation to handle only those cases which
program, money for which is are referred to it by the Jewish
derived from Federation, was Social Service Bureau. This means
proving inadequate.
Although eager to work, most
of the New Americans were
unable to find suitable employ-
ment. They had tried in vain to
support themselves and were
becoming demoralized. Hence,
the community, committed to
provide for them under the
terms of the DP law. was forced
to lake dollars, desperately
needed for the upbuilding of
Israel, and pay for their main-
tenance. Last year S75.000 went
to the refugee program. With
the passage of the hard-won
liberalized DP bill, the figure
threatened to become astonom-
ical.
SotheJ' ." : -. -
that it is now seeking work only
for the New Americans and per-
sons on the JSSB relief roster.
Director Kramer hopes, however.
that the unit will be able to ex-
pand its services before long.
Resounding success of the new
agency can be seen in the fact
that in its 25 days of operation
it has placed 18 persons in
permanent positions. It has also
provided a number of temporary
jobs.
These results cannot be meas-
ured in f finances alone.
Though it is a great saving to I
community to have these '
people self-sustaining, it is far
' For the first
the lasl n years they
I e a I ut peram
j mi nt for 1
All ployeesEdna
Jakubown..-. Tresa Ellenberg. and
iiraunhave excellent quali-
fications for the positions in
M ... we have placed them.
"As we have available posi-
tions, we hope you will be able
to refer more applicants to us
who are as well qualified."
re ,: ,j .
to the ,.'
energy
formation of the -,.
new agency, has

I
been name
d!
Jt'LIL'S L

" ":"4|
1
Gould
'man of its,
b o a r d o f l:-
directors. ,"V
I ii> in-
Other members, >'
of the board in-'il"'u:!' !
elude R. R. Ad- '
ler. R. Williams MM*? m-- .-rnipja
Apte, David "** i;' *' 8" V1* **
Brown, David P. MR, u~
MRS. MINNA SOBIN
A l, ol 3740 s w s,k .
roeaday nlRhi ','.
came from .v. i
a...... -.ir. J:
C a t s m a n, Leo
C h a i k i n Dr.
Morris Goodman,
"* Morris Goodman, a:,,e ""' s I -..'':'"'%
Kramer is especially pleased Sam Kaplan, Ellard G. Kohn, 7*2X1 h" hu>b.'nfuS
M J. Kop-lowitz. Seymour Satin.1 !_J! kr.l3
Herbert Scher. Rabbi Max! max markowitz
with this letter because it in-
dicates that not only the Jewish
community, but the community- ,
at-large recognizes the problem Walsey and Elry Stone,
and :s willing to help shoulder it.'
Kramer began working with
the unions this week and. through
them, has succeeded in placing
several job-seekers.
Shapiro. Stanley C. Myers, Ira \ *** M, retired o
ll.ro.lm- man
i -reek in ,
MM i lai* i "
Located at 314 Langford Build-' KST 15 >"ea '. J* *.
ing. the Jewish Vocational i ^^''V
Service
donated
of Jew
the Jewish Vocational SSrV.JSirl "-?1
/ice occupies office space i daughter, m.. ,V .Ab.;. an*,,
ated by the National Council I :s-,v"'---w--
lewish Women. ^!" "" rlal > MtSnifg
British Admiral
Visits Israel
j TEL AVIV, i JTAiAdmiral
S;: John Edi :;ten. commander-
| in-chief of the British Mediter-
| ranean Fleet, paid his first call to
Israel this week. The Admiral,
who is the first British naval
officer of I : to formally
t up 1 eel iseful and happy/ fficials of the Jewish state
The 18 people -. n placed p."."."'" Bnt.ish Mand,ate .
tor? as- S.K natedMayM.
tant. typist, laborer- carpent- iw* ^ days on hls'
'' heel metal
Hi rkei tailor, factory helbers He arnv*d at Haifa aboard his
Closelj rating with the fla*shiP'. "M s Surprise, and
B'nth Voca- Mt Sinai Hos
trator and counselor for th<
S Employment s> i .
''fa pamphlet entitled
"Choosing A Career," published
' ry of Ph:la-
COLORED MAIDS
GOOD DAY WORKERS S5
High School Girls
Nurse Maid Jobs S15 Weekly
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1 n,d ,r n K.ramer ex" [srael fla- whUe the port of Haifa
n Ulil become C- hoisted the Lnion Jack for the
rSrf? fWUhutll! Amer'can first time since British forces
methods of work become more withdrew f Palestine The
proficient in English and general- British vessel fired 21- un
am theTr skiUs. We are salute which was returned by tee
g % .u 1"deDJted ^ Dr. Gertner official port battery
and the board of trustees of the1 jA
hospital for assisting us with i Afier ,in.sPectlnS an Israel naval
1 guard at the port. Sir John pro-
ceeded to Tel Aviv in a motor
this problem."
Employers of the individuals
whom Kramer has placed have
called or written to express
their complete satisfaction with
the work of the New Ameri-
cans.
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UDAY, JUNE 30, 1950
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PAGE THREE
"Between You and Me9'
(Copyright,
By BORIS SMOLAR
1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
.
i CONVENTION:
The convention of the Zionist
eanization of America which is
place this week-end will
as quiet an affair as some
. Although it is a
conclusion that Ben-
Browdy will be elected
esident, there will be
' issues before the con-
,n. besides the election of a
I...,, One of the major
; the constant shrinking
ZOA membership .
lot be
lamii
ZOA pr
re
-
::
Some
delegates are prepared to
RELIGION VS. SCIENCE:
The question whether religion
is necessary nowadays when
science is changing the world is
is discussed by Dr. Maxwell. -
Silver in "The Way to God." pub-' of these fox-holes th;it he
lished by the Philosophical Li-
brary Dr. Silver, a brother
of Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver,
points out that people have al-
ways returned to their religious
faith when they were in extremis
. This, he argues, shows man's
need for religion in his most criti-
cal moments, when "not even the
last word of man's scientific in-
genuity" will help Taking this
premise as a beginning, the au-
,rating questions on this thor develops a discussion with
lask pe.HiiauiibM his son on the validity of religion
Isubject There is also the i and jts ..boon to the spjrit of man
[f lUS Rifkind Report, drawn up
|by Judge Simon H. Rifkind last
[year, about which much has been
[said but little done to implement
The report defines the aim
f Zionism in the light of the
lishment of the Jewish state
It recommends the gradual
ng of the organizational cen-
| ter of gravity of the Zionist move-
ment from the World Zionist
Organization to territorial bodies
It urges the encouragement of
the ending of Chalutzim to Israel,
the ZOA is not so keen on
It advocates cooperation
between Zionists and non-Zionists
... It recommends that American
its promote the formation of
nsultative body representing
all Jewish groups interested in
the welfare of Israel ... All
problemsand others of this
kindwill form a basis for heated
discussions Not to speak of
the fact that serious issues will
be raised at the convention in
lion with the forthcoming
World Zionist Congress The
will of the American Zionis.s ir
ited to match the will of
Israel government leaders at: the
Congress, and there is no doubt
that some ZOA leaders d-o not see
eye to eye with the Israel govern-
ment on quite a number of issues.
He goes to great lengths to
take issue with atheism, and at-
tempts to prove that non-religious
philosophy cannot give a man as
much of a spiritual "lift" as re-
ligion does ... To the author
religion spells soul-steadying
serenity and confidence ... It
seems that his arguments did have
an effect on his son. but only
after the youth had spent some
time in the fox-holes of the Paci-
slands ... It was from one
wrote
General Will Try To
Implement Israel-Jordan
Armistice Pact
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Maj.
Gen. William E. Riley, U.N. Chief
of Staff in Palestine, will go to
Transjordan to negotiate with the
Transjordan government over its
failure to implement all portions
of the Isiael-Transjordan armis-
tice pact.
Gen. Riley, who agreed to the
his father how one suddenly be-
gins to realize the importance of
religion ... In the midst of the
sickening muck and sweat and
blood, he discovered that faith
helps soldiers perform their duty-
unafraid of death Mystic
destiny swallows up death in such
extreme moments, he wrote, to
his father, thus confirming the
argument that people turn to
religion when they are in ex-
tremis The book is certainly
thought provoking and well-
written.
trip in the face of Israel demands : this week.
that he secure implementation of j
the pact, said to newsmen that [
"you cannot exoect me to make
the Jordanians do immediate ly
what Israel likesit takes time !
and negotiations" The sections of
the agreement which the Arab
state has balked at putting into
effect include opening traffic on
the Beihlehem. Jerusalem and
Latrun roads and permitting free
access to the Jewish institutions
atop Mt. Scopus, in Jerusalem.
New Israel-Arab
Peace Move Seen
JERUSALEM, (JTA)A new
peace offensive to bring Israel
and the Arab countries to per-
manent peace will be launched
by the United Nations Palesfne
Conciliation Commission in '.he
hopes of being able to report
tangible results to the next ses-
sion of the U.N. General Assem-
bly which opens in September at
Lake Success, it was learned here
Authoritative United Nations
sources in Jerusalem this week
said that the Conciliation Com-
mission will move from Geneva
to Jerusalem next month in order
to maintain direct contact with
the governments concerned, while
preparing it.- report for the Gen-
eral Assembly.
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IMMIGRATION TRENDS:
Jewish leaders in Canada had
better keep their eyes open ...
The Canadian Ministry of Immi-
grati m is quietly planning to
into Canada thousands of
Ukrainians who assisted the
po in the annihilation of
3 in Poland and in the
Ukraine during the Nazi occupa-
tion This would mean that
in no time Canada will be flooded
with anti-Semites of the worst
kind who actually participated in
.res of Jews There is
an entire division of these Uk-
rainians now awaiting admission
11 Canada and all indications
Point to the fact that they will
be admitted if no objection is
i to their entry This
in was formed by the Nazis
":i Soviet territory allegedly to
fight for an independent Ukraine,
but actually to help the German
Army and the Gestapo After (
t'n.' [all of the Nazi regime, the
entire division surrendered to the
United States Army The ma-
jority of the members of this di-
vision are now in England and
expect to be admitted to Canada
as immigrants very soon
Jewish communities throughout
the United States were urged this
week to forward immediately
community assurance for DP's
wno will be admitted to this
country this year and next .
Such assurances must be provided
through the United Service foi
New Americans under the liberal-
ized DP bill, and a request for
them has been sent out by USNA
Jp all communities ... It is be-
lieved that the bulk of those for
whom the assurances are re-
quested will arive in the United
States in 1951, with a small frac-
tion possibly entering toward the
end of this year However, the
urgency of providing assurances
immediately was fully recognized
and endorsed by the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
*u Council leaders that the immigra-
tion opportunities of Jews desir-
ing to come .to this country may
t>e jeopardized unless USNA re-
ceives a large volume of assur-
ances within a matter of days.
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EDITORIAL
An Apology Without Teeth
On May 29 the Chicago Tribune carried a
blatantly anti-Semitic feature on its front page.
In our editorial reaction to that reactionary outcry
we expressed the- hope that Chicago Jewry would
take the proper rnecsures to bring the publishers
of the paper to their senses.
We now learn that Chicago's Jewish defense
agencies held a series of conferences with re-
sponsible spokesmen for the paper and that the
upshot of the talks was that th Tribune was to
send a letter of apology for associating Zionism
with Communism and for implying that three of
America's outstanding Jewish figures, Justice
Frankfurter, Senator Lehman and Henry Morgen-
thau, Jr., constituted a secret government of the
United States. We also learn that the Tribune
assured the Jewish bodies it had no idea that the
article in guestion would lead to "unfortunate
inferences" and that the paper was neither
Serr..t:c nor had anv intention of furnis]
ammunition to anti-Semites.
" apology is a Btep in the righl d:rer-:on. But
i why the apology has not been
civen the same front-page b rtm< nt in the Tribune
as was the pate:.- The apology may
serve to assuage the pain end indianity the
nal article heaped upon the Jewish com-
munity c: America But keeping the apology-
secret from the very public the article sought to
poison only serves to wcter it down. In our opinion
the Jewish defense cgenies erred when they
failed to insist that the apology be given the same
v.ae publicity as the calumny.
\azi Raeket
1950 M
Jewish publishers and bock sellers to tj,
azi
lewish
States have recently disclosed a N
'sited
which merits the attention of the h*^
munity in America.
FOR A BANNER YEAR
In recent months the Jewish boo1' marv ,
flooded with volumes published :- G *
Austria For a time the oppression S?
the boolfe were reprints of eld and wel V *
editions and that they were produced bv k3
printers and publishers in Germany and JU?
It now appears that the whole business is ^
These bc.ks have been pu, ou, by nonl: 2
by non-Jewish publishing houses Simply so2
ing. it means that the NaZls In German/2
Austria have gone into the "business" ofrepri T
sacred Jewish books and exec: :
United States for profit. 9 ,ilem to ,
This is a despicable affair for more than cm
reason In the first place it is a vile method*
competing with legitimate Jewish r-^shenJ'
a desecration of the sacred words .. -CLj
It is a certainty that these books could not >rm
been produced by Germans ur.iess they 1,
m possession of plates and other paaphernalia
stolen by the Nazis from Jewish pi J
publishing houses.
We hope Jewish book buyers will be on quard
against this filthy trap.

Israel At Lake Success
The Jerusalem PlanDead or Alive?
LAKE SUCCESS When a
King : England dies, Britishers
raise the cry "The King is dead,
long live the K:ng."
The same kind of paradox faces
the city of Jet isalem today. The
*-;"'< Id United Nations
P:*r- the Holy
".' but it .- still alive
-: ill pi -tical pur-
..... "X Tt jsti
-
" th< G em
Ass- ml ly t
the So'
By DAVID NUSSBAUM
having switched
its previous
policy of support for the plan,
the prospect for reaffirmation of
that mandate by the Assembly-
has gone glimmering.
Nevertheless, the mandate still
exists on paper. The Trusteeship
Council's failure to fulfill it has
by no means erased the Assem-
lution of last De.
- an internatior.
Jerusalem The issue of Jeru-
thus not dead.
that something
needs to toe done. A final
i ds to be found.
ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS MAP
EXTENSIVE EXPANSION PROGRAM

The Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of
America has embarked upon
an extensive expansion in the
fields of community service,
kashruth and synagogue ac-
tivity. Under the leadership of
President William B. Her-
lands, former Commissioner
of Investigation, New York
City, the Lnion plans to ren-
der increased ser\ icet and to
unite traditional Jews, the
largest segment of the Ameri-
can-Jewish community. Rahhi
Irwin Gordon 'above, right)
Jia- been named to head the
newly established Division of
Community Activity. Rabbi Cordon formerly directed the Com-
munity Program Office of Yeshiva University, which has merged
trith the Union. Victor Geller (lower left) has joined the Union as
field director. He was previously executive secretary of the Na-
tional Council of Young Israel. The Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America, spokesman for 2,300 orthodox con-
gregations in this country, has been in existence since 1898 and
sponsors an intensive program including publication of the
national magazine "Orthodox Jewish Life".
Traditionally in the UN. that
something does not consist merely
of repealing the offending or un-
implementable resolution. The
custom :s to replace it with an-
other, and presumably workable,
kind of solution and leave the
tailure to die a natural death in
the archives.
It is with this custom in mind
; that the Israel government, with
i flawless timing, has jumped into
the fray, four months before the
I Assembly convenes, with a new
proposal through which the world
parliament can get itself off the
Jerusalem hoox. The proposal,
.suggesting a UN Trusteeship over
the Holy Places in the area, is
d to be the first new plan
submitted, an important consid-
eration in parliamentary man-
euver, and to be well digested by
all the governments when the
gati gather to chew ovei
Jerusalem problem ag
But it has been i |
e by public
inion. The experience of the
it Israel faci
Hostile ;. this
nion, and
in fact, relv
Last December
I nion had not had
the opp u, express itself.
- -' lem on paper
f"d m lis, ;t was
the momentum of that opinion
that defeated the implementation
ol the Assembly's hopes later on
only. then, is it of strategic
importance for a new. feasible
plan to be ready for Assembly
consideration, but equally vital is
it that such a plan have the push
of world public opinion behind it.
tor this reason, the Israeli UN
delegation has spent most of its
time since the new proposal be-
came public in observing and
compiling public reaction to it
and it has been this aspect of the
proposalpublic supportwhich
they have stressed in the brief
Council discussion which accom-
panied Its submission.
To date the delegation com-
pilation shows, the reaction has
been all. and more, the I
- m their
: expect
From only one source, in fa.
L ii Preliminary,
ballo 0f way ..g
close to the Vatican- let it be
tain An rican news
correspondent that the H .
telisch.
nl nT'n>:'' howeyer the Israeli
S"a SfnSlS ually lauded
f? ?^? b?sis for reconsidera-
As 1!he ^ule proble oythe
Assembly. This praise js "J^l
especially in a survey of K
jLydda-Xew York
Flight Opened
TEL AVIV. (JTA)The open-
| ing of a direct Lydda-New York
flight schedule by the nationally-
, owned El Al Airlines was formal-
| ly marked here this week at a
| ceremony attended by Communi-
j cations Minister David Remez.
I Actually the first direct flight
I to the United States by an El Al
plane was made, last week.
After the ceremony a plane
': took off for New York with some
25.000 letters from Israelis to
friends and relatives in the
United States. It also carried
several cases of the choicest Is-
rael grapes for New York's Mavor
O'Dwyer.
Speakers at the ceremony re-
vealed that Israel has established
air communication with 29 coun-
tries and that 11 air transport
services use the facilities of the
Lydda Airport. Twenty--.-, i
thousand passengers and 18.000
:grants arrived at the field
during the past sis months, with
El Al planes carrying 23 percent
of the total. The company will
rate five regularly wetklv
heduled to Europe and a fort-
nightly schedule to Turkey, be-
ginning next month.
Cargo Ships Saved
Israel $2,500,000
TEL AVIV. (JTA)The four
. cacjjo vessels owned bv the gov-
ernment subsidized' Israeli -
America Shipping Line have
, saved the Israel Treasury an esti-
mated $2,500,000. it was stated
in the first annual report of the
company which was made public
here this week.
The line's four vessels have a
.capacity of 150.000 tons annually
'on the US-Israel run. The report
revealed that the company is
negotiating for the purchase'of a
.transatlantic liner for regular
passenger traffic between Israel
and the U.S. The company paid
i a six percent dividend to in-
vestors on the basis of the first
years earnings.
organs of the western pres. ffin
the Israeh delegation has haWlv
sfeya, fereauS
? Vh; T,mes of London and
,Le Monde of Paris. Euch paper
-Is the self-evident difficul-
tly raised for itself
in adopting its December scheme
stresses the oft-expressed need
tor a just and practicable solution
eludes by finding the Is-
'1 a wise and welcome
, contribution for-the Assembly to
: study.
I This kind of comment is no
more than the Israelis have made
themselves about the proposal.
liiey recognize that any solution
'S hav* the acceptance of
Jordan, and they wish no more
for their plan than that it be given
serious consideration by the As-
| semblv. With such expressions of
public opinion already under-
.Pmnmg ,t when the Assembly
'sure?' cons'deration is as-
Shanghai Jews
Sent To Europe
NEW YORK. JTA!-Thegroup
of 106 Shanghai refuges who
arrived in this country i month
ago en route to Europe wre de-
ported this week after a 24-dar
stay on Ellis Island while Jewish
organizations sought to have them
| remain here and be processed as
."immigrants under the VP Act.
I All but 15 members of t)u group
' are Jews.
Although Presides: Truman
{ earlier issued orders to Jotai J.
McCIoy. American High Commis-
sioner in Germany, to send the
DP's headed for that country to
an International Refugee Organ-
ization camp rathei thtniGe>
j man-administered center, ar.d aid
; them in returning to the U. S,
government here ad-
mitted that the -r-eening :' '
106 in Europe w uld take at least
1 six months and ;: ssibly a year
to complex
As the n fugei ieported,
United Servici r New Ameri-
cans announced t had spent
S8.500 to
Ellis Island. Th SNA i been
instrumental.: ningthetwo
stays in dep I I which kepi
the refugees : r .nearly a
month while Jewish reanizations
investigated al > for keep-
ing the DP's in the United States.
'The agencv ffi ed, and the
j United States government ac-
cepted, to pay ail maintenance
costs for the refugees as long as
they remained in this country.
320 Uruguayan Jews
Immigrate To Israel
MONTEVIDEO. iJTAl-Atoal
of 320 Jews from this country
immigrated to Israel during the
past year, according to a report
issued by the Israel Consulate
here. Many of the immigrants are
Chalutzim who trained for two
years on special farms in Uruguay
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PAGE FIVE
tevises lulled In
Cookline Rites
t
Carol MMbergWed
In Mother's Veil
Personally Speaking...
Davis
M
Mrs. I. F.
The marriage of Miss Gloria
Segal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Segal, Brookhne, Mass.,
"d Irwin Frank Davis was
solemnized at high noon Sunday
in Temple Sinai. Brookhne.
The bridegroom, who now re-
sides in New York, is the son of
"and Mrs. Gordon Davis, 2322
[ d Terr.
bride ">'re white organdy
lush pink satin. A flower
was appliqued from the
in collar to the hem and
, xtended into a short
?, |jn The illusion veil was held
. clusters of blush pink
I cai ried a bible topped
v .jhI snapdragon.
Philip S. Cushing, the
.....n's cousin, was m
: She was attired in gray
. ngth chiffon, which she
nted with a hat of lilacs.
im pink to purple. She
pink rubrum lilies.
rid purple delphinium.
Miss Sabca Segal served as
junior bridesmaid for her sister
in ., frock and headdress of ice
blur tulle. She carried a mixed
bouquet.
Best man for his brother was
Stephen M. Davis. Samuel Bor-
wick, the bride's cousin, seated
guests.
A reception after the ceremony
was held in the temple vestry.
Mr. Davis attended the Uni-
Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Bass.
2521 S.W. 24th St.. have an
nounced the betrothal of their
daughter, Zelda Shirley. to
Leonard J. Ross, son of Mrs.
Miriam Rosenblum and the late
David Rosenblum of Brooklyn.
The wedding will take place in
December.
Leatrice Sunshine
Betrothal 'I old
Mi. and Mrs. Oscar C. Lelchuk of Alhambra Circle, Coral
Gables, will represent the Coral Gables Zionist District at the
ZOA convention in Chicago July 1 to 4. From the meet they will
go to Milwaukee, where they will visit with their children.
* *
Mr. and Mr*. Abraham Glaser, 4765 5.W. 3rd St., will leave
Thursday for New York, where they will visit their daughter
and son-in lav/, the Alberi Lists, and their family. They also
plan to visit their children in Newton, Mass.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz will leave Friday to visit their
son-in-law and dauqhter, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Srole, in Silver
Spring, Md. They will be away two weeks.
* ? *
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero of Miami Beach left this week for
a visit with their children in Darby and Ansonia, Conn., and New
York. They will return here in time for the High Holidays.
* +t *
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin have returned from an early
summer vacation in Rocky Mount, N. C, and Roanoke, Va.
* *
Prof. Jekuthil Ginsburg of Yeshiva University and his wife
are visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. David
; Freedman, 1030 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Also with the
Mrs. Marvin 1. Goldman Freedmans is their niece, Mrs. Hemdah Ginsburg, and her
. ,. ,. .. I dauqhters. The Freedmans are timinq their visit to Israel with
A double ring candlelight cere- ^ ,. _. .. \, v T, .. -,, _ji
mony in Temple Israel united 'he return of the Ginsburq lamily to New York. They will SOU
Miss Carol Milberg and .Marvin aboard the La Guardia on Auqust 3.
I. Goldman Sunday at 8 p.m. -fC 41
The bride, daughter of Mr. and Major Robert Levin, Captain Manny Levenson and Lieu-
Mrs. Jacob Milberg, 2845 N.W. tenant Ben Schei, al! in the army reserve, are leaving July 1 for
22nd Ave wore a, gown of! im- t k f training al For, Benninq. Ga.
ported white organdy cut princess ^ *
Style. The taffeta undordress and 7 ,, ___
lull skirt extended into a I Mr. and Mrs. Hsnry Bulbin ore m Ronnoke, Va., where they
She wore her mother's veil of
Belgian lace and carried a while
bible topped with white orchids
and stephanotis.
Leatrice Sunshine
Betrothal of Miss Leatrice Sun-
shine to Fred Rosen, son of the
Albeit Rosens, 9433 Byron Ave.,
Snrfside has been disclosed by
avis attenaea me um- 5>u"s ... -,nH Mrs Dewev
tf-Sf ttSFS BUBWkWA
Miami He served as an officer t Tne bride-elect attended
in ihe Navy in both the European | schools in New York and Miami
and Pacific Theatres of Operation 1 an(j js now associated with the
and is a member of Pi Lambda advertising department of station
Phi fraternity. WMIE.
The former Miss Segal grad- 1 R received his degree' Bernard Yagerman
asu~u Juni"co,legc' ^B^ir^^r,^'^ &-KKK,.
are visitinq their son. They will return to Miami after July 4.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin and dauqhters, 1819 S.W. 23rd
. Si., are attendina the Aetna Life Insurance convention in
p^SMK&'rS p;i^lDixvilleKnoch,N:H. They will vinl in Canada and New Ycrk
arried by the bride's cousin.
Edward Masur.
Matron of honor for her sistei
was Mrs. Bernard Yager, who
was attired in a -own ol pale
pink organdy complemented with
dubon.net colored carnations. Als 1
wearing pink organdy was the
junior bridesmaid. Miss Francme
Steel of New York, cousin ol the
bride. She carried variegated pink
carnations.
Bridesmaids, gowned in baby
blue organdy and carrying
variegated pink carnations, were
Mrs. Arnold Simon .the bride-
groom's sister; Miss Doris Klein.
Miss Doris Brown. Mrs. Marcia
Simonoff. Judy Baskind. flower
girl, wore orchid organdy ana
carried a nosegay of talisman
roses. .,
Arnold Simon, the bridegroom s
brother-in-law. served as best
man. Ushering were Aaron Steele,
Nick Bukstein, Jack Zwick and
a re-
and his law degree at the
Betrothal Revealed j the arm
M and Mrs. Ben L. Abraham jng the war
i his law degree at me wm- "Vfter a wedding trip to Jamai-
rsity of Miami. He served w. h A ^, (-o*p' win reside at 2003
.. armed forces in Europe dur- ca.tne coup
vannah, Ga.. formerly of the Masons, and public relations
announce the engagement director of the Southeastern Ke-
daughter, Velma M.. to gion of Young Zionist uisincis.
B I Winter, son of Mr. and
man Winter of New York.
The wedding will take place
13 in Savannah and the
.ill reside in Island City,
BEN SMALL
1,1,1,1 "'' SThe1bride,ta graduate of Mia
H'ah School, cam.' to Mi
White Plains. N. V. She attended
: Business College.
Mr Goldman, a form!
of Cleveland, is the son ol I
and Mrs. Samuel H. G >\6
1773 S.W. ltitii Av He
graduate oi Miami High S
and attended the Uni\
Miami, lie was with the paia-
. rs during the war.
Judith I). Feinberg
Becomes Bride Of
.luck 11. Hopkins
Be'h David Synagogue was thi
; e
Jack H.
gcene'of M 5S Judith Diane Fein-
Arbiter of smart fashions for
women at Smalls on Miami Beach
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On Saturday night, June 10. a
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Out-of-town guests 'or the rites
included Miss Rose Feinberg.
Meyer Feinberg. Mrs. Bella Rose-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levy.
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JenistFkrkftor
Marcia Lee Faber
Fabers Announce
Daughter's Troth
Mr. and Mrs Harry Faber. !04b
10th S:. Miami Beach, have an-
il unced the engagement of their
daughter. Marcia Lee. to Jack Jay
Greenberg. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Greenberg. 980 79th
Terr Miami Beach.
Both are graduates of Miami
Beach High School. The bride-
elect attended the University of
Florida, where she was a member
cf Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
She plans to complete her studies
at Boston University. Mr. Green-
berg is a student at Harvard.
Alicia (iuikis Wed
In California Kites
A nuptial service Friday in '- -
Angeles joined a former M
g.rl. Miss Alicia Gullcis Utd .: z
Adler. The bride is the dauc
: Mr. and Mrs :
Venetian Way, -.vent to Cali-
fornia the ceremony.
After a fa neym ~ the newlyweds will make theii
h me in ''..
The former Miss Gulk
graduate c'. Miami High Sch L
attended the University Cali-
fornia at Los Angeles, where she
was a member of P: Sigma Alpha.
political science h n r ry fraten-
ity. In 1947 she was one I
high school students in the anty
to win the Charles Palmer D.
medal for "outstanding ability
and the knowledge and ability :
discuss current affairs "
Her husband, an electrical engi-
neer with Hughes Aircraft. :- -
ceived his Ph.D. in engineer.ng
at California Institute of Tech-
nology, having previously at-
tended the University of C<-! -
forma. He did his graduate w i k
under the General Electric
Charles A. Coffin fellowship. Mi
Adler belongs to Tau Beta Pi
and Sigma Xi. science honoraries.
Game Nights Slated
The Hannah Senesch Group cf
Hadassah will hold weekly game
nights each Thursday night in
the card room of the Promenade
Hotel. Miami Beach. Proceeds will
go to the Youth Aliyah Fund cf
Hadassah.
Personally Speaking
Mr. end Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, former Miami Beach residents.
Will arrive here Saturday from their home in Jacksonville tc
spend the holiday weekend. They will stay at the Catalina
Hotel and will entertain over the weekend in honor of Mr. Soltz's
birthday July 4.
* -*
Leaving for a tour of Europe and Israel from New York on
Mcnday. July 10, cue Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer and their
daughter, Ethel. Included in their itinerary will be England.
France, Switzerland. Italy. Holland and Israel, where they wili
spezz six weeks.
* *
Dr. M. B. Cirlin has fully recuperated from his recent illness
c-z. baa returnee to his practice.
* *
Announcing the birth of a daughter axe Mr. and Mrs. S.
Rackevsky of West Palm Beach. The mother is the former
Se~a Schwack.
* *
Cantor Leonard Wallace of West Palm Beach is leaving to
spenc tr.e next two months in Charlotte. N. C, his former home
* *
Alfred Aronovitz. who graduated cum laude from Harvard
University last Thursday, was given the Philo Sherman Bennett
Award for his honor thesis on "The Foundations of John Dewev's
Political Theory." Aronovitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz
2130 S.W. 21st Ave.. will enter Harvard Law School in the fall '
* -* *
The bris of Harold Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Manhoff.
1970 S.W. 33rd Ct., took place Tuesday morning at the home of
bic parents. Sandek was Jacob Levinsky; godparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Krawitz; mohl, the Rev. Lazarus Lehrer
* *
Miamicns vacationing at Duncraggan Inn. HendersonvUle
N. C., include Mi. and Mrs. Henry J. Stupell. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
L. Briskman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Goldstein and Mrs. Georae
Laurie. 3
* *
Raboi and Mrs. Simon April left this week for a vacation
which wnl tone them to Savannah, Baltimore and New York
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Kesselman. 1544 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Eecch, ennounce the birth of a son. Michcel Nathan. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark.
* *
Vacationing in New York are Mrs. Frank Thompson and
her mother. Mrs. Rose Lesser. During their stay, they are beina
feted oy relatives and friends.
* *
Miss Beatrice Goldberg and her mother. Mrs. Sarah
Goldberg, 242 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, will leave for New
York by train on Sunday. On Julv 5 Miss Goldberg will fly to
Israel for a month's stay.
+ + M
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Hacker. 3415 S.W. 17th St., recently
. returned from Massachusetts, where they attended the gradua-
tion of their son, Morton, from Lowell University. Morton received
his B. S. in textile engineerina.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinson cf the Georgian Hotel and
4180 Nautilus Drive. Miami Beach, announce the arrival of
Norma Beth, sister of Betty. Carol and Barbara on Wednesday,
June 14. at Mt. Sinai HospitaL
* *
Recuperating at his home after a serious illness involving
two major operation* is Louis Richman, 1605 Lenox Ave., Miami
Beach. Active in various civic affairs, Mr. Richman is a member
cf the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
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Marilyn Goodman,
Stanley Cohen Repeat
Vows At Beth Sholom
An all-v
mony marked I
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day. June 1 t 3 I T
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K nish and (' nl
K<1- n :': ting. H
. % an -". and Paulin<
-. selections
G:vc-n :n rr.arri.-.se by t
mother
a period sy.vr: -:" C
ovei :nade wit -'-'
ending in train Im-
p .-ted rayon I the neckline
was outlined with seed pc- '.-
Her fingertip veil of French il-
lusion feli from a cap of illusi n
and lace. She carried her I
cor.: n bible topped
foui ..r.ids and stepha-
notis.
Miss N rma Ull -:d of
ho.-. green
nd bouquet I
white
witl Brides-
: v :. Spitz N
vill :: Miss C S
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Janet Sternbepori
To Ira S. KeiS,]
. Ml" J Ruth *
Sternl
i the bride
Mew York. '
kon Sunday ?*
! reception
dinner
SKEnA nsenS*M
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ted by her fa;her
of
bride wore
co,on -'h a berthai?
point Chantilly lace andai
of the same lace, fashioned,
tiny seed pearls. She carH
ivory bound praver book i,
with orchids and spravs'of,
lilies.
Mrs. Mar.iorie Wein, sm
the bride, was matron of 1
and another sister. Miss
Sternberg. was maid of
Jack Keilson was best .
his brother. Seating guestti
Herman Wein. William hob
Robert Lippman and Leoftek)
After .. wedding trip io|
ginia Beach, the couo'.e
in Forest Hills, N". V.
The a graduate afl
graduati ..-.""
Miami ,<
the K. ;cj
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now

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O n guests included Pittsburgh Gin
T-___0,0t ,,f Miss y
The engagement o
The for ner M G Mr. and Mrs Morris Elterman
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Elterman. on June i,.
;.;_..-;, L Max Elterman. Mrs. Sadye, The pmbkUw J*?*-,8
I Spitz, Miss Libby Spitz. Mr. and World War II.veteran ..sagad-
v.. J Kraft. Lee Kraft B. uate of the New Yorkt N 1.lary
p ,: Brandeii Kraft, Miss Gloria Shorin Miss Academy and the Lmvers.ty o
Km ma Lazarus
I nil To I'rcwtfl
Film Forum
Plan -. sat
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cess I Pal
July 11,
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For going away, the bride
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tuple left by plane for At-
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me in Nashv
Miami, where he was a member
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Miss Deakter attended the Uni-
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senior at the University of Pitts-
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Epsilon Phi sorority, she will re-
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Mrs. Gerald Schwartz
Sister Attends
Ice Joy Pred
of Miss Felice Joy
iif Mr. and Mrs.
_ pr I, 1015 S.W. 46th St.,
pi jjei ), to Gerald Schwartz,
| ; rue Schwartzes,
(S.W St., took place at
i, at the Sorrento
obi Moshay P. Mann offici-
mble ring service.
ire white Chantiily
(and ,! .quisette with full
n. Her veil of illusion
secured by a headpiece of
ge bl< ssoms. She carried a
bible cascaded with white
is and stephanotis streamers.
Bs Janice Lea Pred, the
\'s twin sister, served as maid
onor. Her gown was also
Four Nurses' Aides
Capped At Mt. Sinai
Capping of four women who
have completed an advanced
[nurses' aide training course at
Mount Sinai Hospital took place
last Wednesday before the execu-
tive board of the Women's
Auxiliary in the memorial room
of the hospital.
Those who received their caps
were Mrs. Louis Snetman. Mrs.
Rueben Meyers, Mrs. Charles
Parleman and Mrs. Grace Tucker.
Mrs. M. B. Hennessey, director of
nursing, presented the caps.
Each of the women has com-
pleted 24 hours of advanced train-
ing given by Miss Phyllis Bugen
assistant unit supervisor. They
were given a preliminary course
earlier in the year by Mi A ,-,.,,
Reder. chairman of the n
aide committee.
Arrangements for th< capping
ceremony were made by
Charles Rosenfeld. vice chairman
of the committee,
Nurses' aides al Mount Sinai
wear the same pink uniforms that
distinguish all volunteers work-
ers, but they are the only volun-
teers that have the privilege of
wearing caps.
The next nurses' aides training
course will be given in the fall,
according to Mrs. Rosenfeld, and
all persons interested in taking it
are invited to ..register in the
auxiliary office of the hospital
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PAGE NINE
cans to t fir!??;5eTSSey' ?9ht- direClr f nUrsin9 al Mount Sinai Hospital, for presenting
SSDf B M V complete their training at the hospital, are (1. to r.) Miss Phyllis
aides Mrf"Chart3"V"? SUperor "?d inductor In the advanced training course for nurses-
Meyers Mrs 32 F weman' ^ "f, Seii9' President of the women's auxiliary; Mrs. Reuben
S m, o i Snetman and Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld. vice chairman of the nurses' aides com-
held Wednesda*fEZn? If7*" "** l** S"etman recoi'ed ,heir caDS in the sPecial ceremony
thi r-fl V ihe memonal room < *e hospital. Mrs. Grace Tucker, out of town for
the ceremony, also received her cap.
ned of white marquisette -,
ace. She carried an old- Camp For Handicapped
it of carnations. Kids To Open July 10
desmaids were Miss Maxine
i the bride's cousin ,and Miss
rly Sherman, who wore
eyelet over pink and blue
lamed carnations.
t man was Stanley Pred, the
p brother. Ushers were Her-
Bernsttjn, Marshall Langer,
i Kabcanell and Alan Estin.
owing the ceremony, a re-
was held in the hotel,
bn their return from a wed-
Ijtnp to Philadelphia, New
] Niagara Falls and Toronto,
"ewlyweds will live at 117
pre Drive. Miami.Beach.
Boric Stern To
Registration for the day camp
to be conducted for crippled and
Mrs Mm ,1, oh
Hiiis Award
Mrs. Esther Shedroff, 520 16th
cerebral palsied children willj $* Miami Beach, was among the
close Friday, June 30, according
to Mrs. C. H. Reeder. president
of the Dade County Society of
Crippled Children. Applications
may be obtained by calling
89-8726.
This is the second year that the
Easter Sea! Society has provided
this summer recreational pngram
for handicapped youngsters, Mrs.
Reeder said. The program was so
successful last year that the
society has added an additional
week. The first week, July 10
through July 15. will be for
I l)V I \ ftOrHntl 'children ages 3 years to 10 years
1 and the week of July 17 through
July 22 will be for the teen-agers.
The camp is held at Miami
Police Benevolent Association
park. 2300 N.W. 14th St., and
the hours are from 9:30 a.m. to
3 p.m. Mrs. Reeder pointed out
that this was only one part of the
Miami Police Benevolent Associa-
tion's work with the Easter Seal
Society. This association donated
$7,000 to build and equip the
physical therapy room at the now
treatment center for crippled anc
cerebral palsied children.
am! Mrs. Eugene Stern,
|b Drive, Miami Beach,
f rthcoming marri-
|f tnen daughter, Marjorie,
L<-'' X. Gordon, son of
POM Aaron I. Gordon of
|Ste n was graduated from
of Miami cum
I I intern teaching
schools. She is
I and treasurer of
Mathematics So-
I member of the
tion Association.
treasurer of Clara
[VL u Chapter, B'nai
Women.
tended the Uni-
ul Miami, and received
fcSi. ^Ptometry degree
.""'them Illinois College of
Ptiy, Chicago, where he
lumber of Mu Sigma Pi
;'!*rity. He is a
V f the Southeast Florida
r A. Association, Tropical
Bnai B'rith, Hialeah
* Uu". and is on the board
rttrn.i of the Hiakah-MUunl
Jewish Center. Dr.
eah opened h's office
lw ! six members of Pioneer Women
selected for special awards in
recognition of their activities in
the organization's national mem-
bership drive.
The awards, a free trip to Israel
for each of the winners, were
announced by Mrs. Jacob Levitt,
of Brooklyn, national vice presi-
dent for membership and organ-
ization. The six winners were
chosen from more than 350
members eligible through their
activities in enrolling new
members.
Mrs. Shedroff is president of
Pioneer Women Chapter Two of
Miami Beach.
I of,!..:"'"1 RabbilacJb*H:
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Kotzen-Snyderman Rites
Held At Shelborne
Miss Renee Rita Snyderman be-
came the bride of James E.
Kotzen Sunday at the Selborne
Hotel, Miami Beach.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Snyderman
of this city, formerly of Harris-
burg, Pa. The bridegroom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hy
Kotzen of Akron, Ohio.
Miss Bernice Winstein. Phila-
delphia, served as maid of honor.
Birthday Dance Set
The Hungarian-American Cul-
ture Club will sponsor a benefit
dance and entertainment on the
occasion of the second anni-
versary of Israel on Saturday,
July I. at 8 p.m. at 3901 N.W.
2nd Ave.
Scheduled to speak at the affair
are Rabbis Muses Mcscheloff and
Moshay P. Mann. Councilman
Burnett Roth and Commissioner
Louis Bandel.
Miss Florida Pageant
Slated For July 8
The most beautiful girls in
Florida will converge on Miami
Beach July 8 for the 1950 Miss
Florida Beauty Pageant sponsored
by the Beach Jaycees.
Entries from almost every nook
and corner of Florida have been
received.
Each girl will represent her
own community in the beauty
contest and the winner will be
Florida's representative to At-
lantic City in September for the
Miss America finals.
A preliminary event for
youngsters 6-13 has been sched-
uled this Sunday at the Shore
Club Hotel, site of the July 8
event.
It will be a prince and princess
contest for the children who will
serve as official attendants to
Miss Florida when she is chosen
the following Saturday evening.
The children will be judged on
talent, cutencss and personality,
according to Leo Steinman, pro-
ducer of the 1950 Beauty Pageant.
Sex Lecture Set
"Special Problems of Sex" is
the sixth lecture in the series
"The Sex Side of Life" to be pre-
sented by Dr. Syvil Marquit, head
of the Veterans Administration
Mental Hygiene Clinic, under the
sponsorship of the Amvets Robert
Richter Post, in the patio of the
Hotel Marseilles, Sunday, July 2,
at 8 p.m. This, the last lecture
in the series, will be a recapitula-
tion with stress on special
problems.
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Friedman Speaks
Milton A. Friedman, prominent
Miami attorney and member of
the B'nai B'rith national youth
commission, spoke on "B'nai
B'rith Youth Organizations" at
the installation of officers of the
Royal Palm Chapter of AZA
Monday night.
Dr. Sanford Ziff of Tropical
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, which
sponsors the junior group.
Leonard Snyderman, Akron, was; stalled the officers. A film.
best man for his brother.
Following a wedding trip to
the Bahamas, the couple will
reside in Akron.
The former Miss Snyderman
was graduated from William Penn
High School, Harrisburg, and
attended Pennsylvania State Col-
lege. Her husband attended Ohio
State College, where he was a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity. He served in the
Pacific Theatre of Operations
during the war.
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Onl
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'ater Miami Jewish Federation, warns the public.
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Sftl .
'Il,|
. <;uvn n
' Morted i.y the vaad;
PRPhuVS }.nn'1 as ><--lier;
b.....!V,;H,.(,l'Jrl>,ll-'.-.,:" chicken with the ring
vaad beci
'Ul-chMed In the live po\mrV'market:
ill the liv<
m"1QJ
f the QMVH
poultry market cannot be endorsed
ditionnl meals served"
f\ '" i-ul 1 "">' mi,v '"' Over Zman;
P*1 the im,, "atementt. auch ni "tradl
lher inf0rn, ,1 ,hey Rre k"sh'''
L E- fackoviwn 2,but .Khruth call our Director, Rabbi Joseph
PY Sirkin p Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595.
.BE*R, Vic'ep";
'ice Pres.
H. SOOTIN, Sec.
S. LOBEL, Treas.
in-
"So
This Is B'nai B'rith," was shown.
Shapiro Will Narrate
Life Of Mickey Marcus
Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach
i attorney, who serves as narrator
, on the "Builders of Israel" pro-
gram, has selected "The Life
Story of C'ol.mel David 'Mickey
Marcus" for his broadcast on
Sunday, July 2, at 1:18 p.m. over,
station WINZ.
It is only fitting and proper,
that the program preceding
American Independence uay
should be devoted to a real Amer-
ican patriot and humanitarian,
Shapiro said. !
Builders of Israel" is a weekly ;
feature of the Yiddish Classical,
Hour, in which Shapiro narrates,
, biographical sketch of some out-
standing Jewish man or women
who has devoted himself to the
cause of Zionism.
According to Morris Nsat.r. di-
rector, "Builders of Israel has
i been on the air for the past six
months and will continue every
Sunday throughout the summer.
Mr. H. Zaidman
Extends an invitation to Greater
Miami Jewry to visit his
premises and i n s p e e t the
kashruth and sanitary condi-
tions which prevail in the
establishment.
Dade Kosher Market
153 N. W. 5th Street
Telephone 3-1430
Shop with confidence at the
Dade Kosher Where the
Customer is Always Right
I'ree delivery Throuyhout
Greater Miami
Under the supervision of
The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director
Listen to WINZ on Sundays from Noon to 1:45 and
Tuesdays 6-7 P.M.







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9-JmistncrHiar
FRIDAY. June
30,
Hadassah Group
To Hold Affair
Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah will sponsor a fund-
raising affair at the Zodiac R
of the Delano Hotel on Sunday.
July 2. at S:30 p.m. Dancing and
entertainment will be on the
program, which will be presided
over by Host Lou Gold
Chairman of the affair is Mrs
Jacob (Beulah) Davis Sen
or. her committee are the V. -
d: mes John Starr. Leonard Barr.
Irwin Makovsky. John Mantell.
Alec Van Straaten J. seph Pn --
and Lillian Schwartz. Tickets
may be obtained by c
Mrs. D.,v!.- 01 any m rnbt
Statistics On Jewish Education
School Year 1949-1950
LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
Execul re D reel '
Bureau of Jewish Educai *G
The .V.v.sh -- ; n '""' .
Sund Is Th. Is ......
rev. il th< : U wing vital statw: _
Iren Receiving a J<
."' ami
1950 'June 4. for
ish Education
ffla/Sooi
Jewish educati n I
scho< Is Cai
instruction. The cen
1947, plus an estimaU I
H
.-Sen s. and by private
ioiV9
l-M Prof To Bead
"Voice Of Turtle**
Sam Hirsch. profess i I
at the University ol Miami, will
id the Broadway hit. "Voice
the Turtle" on Tuesday. June
27 at the Delano Hotel, under
Freedom House This is the second
in a series of six plays being
read by Prof. Hirsch.
Remainder of the progran
osist of "Finian's Rainbow."
July 18: -Golden Boy." July 25:
Idiot's Delight." August 1:
"treetca! Named Desire." August
3.
th 1948 and 1949
jewi iren in Greater Miami
th< nSv5
f the tol : ma> j
gjstered
Iren who
at Jewu -'n xhi%%
The ; maining 20 ver 900
not receiving any form of |
PTA Officers Chosen
Mrs Irene Becker was elected
il the PTA I I th
Mia Spnr.L
Centi t recent etti I ''-
; .:... n
. : were
;.. s Mill <- Fox, vice presi li nt;
Albert Gordon, a Mrs
.- -'-. itz.tr< surer.
I iy School
651
..... 193
21
56
224
66
73
35
395
50
275
1^4
Hebreu- School
202
110
30
13
200
25
123
70
15
163
23
57
36
21
Morris Nastir. director of the
Yiddish Classical Hour, heard
over station WINZ Sunday from
12 noon to 1:45 p.m. and Tuesday
from 6 to 7:15 p.m.. has been
appointed d.rector of four new
foreign language programs for
which he is now making ar-
rangements.
n
indicates that 1 4"u"
between the
vear ta
r 20
..:- :
Jewish
attendance of Jewish childi n
vearsand stopped be! re this :
Jewish children of Greater Miami, are
,;, .. ish education at any time. .
Regisfation at the Sch
Schools
Beth David I Conservative)..........
Beth El < Orthodox I..................
Coral Gables < Liberal I..............
Hialeah-M. S. (Conservative ........
Hebrew Academy I All-Day I........
Kenesseth Israel (Orthodox ......
Miami Beach J. C. (Conservativ<
Miami Hebrew School (Orth d x
side J. C. (Conservative .....
North Dade J. C. (Cor..- .
Beth S'nolom I Liberal I.............
. le Isaiah (Reform'............
Temple Israel I Reform I........
United Jewish School (Community
Workmen's Circle Schools (Yiddish
ac Home B. J. E I.............
Hebrew High School (B. J. E.)......
...................... 2335 1093
Of the Sunday School total. 1225 are boys and 1170 girls: of the
afternoon, all-day school total. 822 are boys and 271 are girls.
Our'.:. .:. n in the Hebrew and Sunday <
instru n ring the unduplicated total t
Cwivarison for the past three years
1947-194%
ber receiving Jewish Education. 1853
Sundav School .................... 909
Hebrew School. Yiddish. All-Day... 891
Percentage of Jewish children receiving _
Jewish education at any one time 535!
rpreting the f.gures
1. While the numbers of children registered at our schools have
grown in each of the three years above, the growth of registration
has not kept up with the general growth of the population. To reach
if Jewish children for some formal Jewish schooling
us task ahead. Along with this must go an intensive effort :
e of those who have registered, to make Jewish educa-
: elevant and meaningful in their daily life in America.
2 The test of a good Jewish education system is a close
proximation of students at the Sunday school and afternoon school.
All educators agree that the Sunday school must be supplemented:
additional time must be provided for Jewish studies. An effort must
be made to gain more students in the afternoon schools from those
registered in the Sunday schools: or extra time or an added day must
be included in the Sunday schools. There must not be an attendance
of over 1200 more in the Sunday schools as compared to the after-
noon schools.
3. More and more we are beginning to realize that a good
Jewish home depends on an informed intelligent Jewish mother.
More girls must receive an adequate Jewish education. In the
Sunday schools the boys and girls are divided almost equally: in
the afternoon schools only one-third of the student body consists
of girls. A greater effort must be made to rez:-:-: the girls in our
afternoon schools by further interpretation of the values therein and
by glamorizing a Bas Mitzvah tradition.
4. The new Bar Mitzvah standards set up by the Bureau of
Jewish Education and the Rabbinical Association, including a three-
year regulation for schools giving less than four hours of weekly
instruction, a minimum achievement test, and a special maximum
testing award, should be strictly enforced in all the congregations of
the community of Greater Miami. Exposure to Jewish education for
at least three years and achievement of a minimum area of Jewish
knowledge will stimulate grater registration at the Jewish schools
and add dignity to the teachings of Judaism
Delegates to the District B'nai B'rith Girls ConTen&ij
Baltimore, return to Miami and report district plans to Kiss S
Lewis (sealed, left) youth director for Greater Miami In t
are: (1. to r.) Sandy Wheatman, BZB Chapter: Anita Cogtuj
Chapter; Flora Seltman. Hillel Chapter: Miriam Le?y, |L
Chapter; and seated right Lorraine Albert. ALS Chapter. Thj
participated in cultural and social programs during their ioun
stay in Baltimore.
about 2600.
1948-1949
2463
1513
1025
1949-1950
2600
2385
1093
59<
NATIONAL WARD
a
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M -cm
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t I
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AZA delegates to the District No. 5 convention in Henda
ville. N. C are shown here prior to their *f""
reservations. In photo (L to r.) are Stephen Tan^5gnu
Chapter: Bernard Skolnick. Blumenthal Chapter: Samuel
322 Chapter; Robert Cooper. Stephen W-.se Chapi
elected head of the district at the meet.
April)
Sholem Men, Women
Fete VA Hospital Patients
Members of Sholem Lodge and
Women's Chapter entertained the
patients of the TB Ward at the
Veterans Administration Hospital
Thursday evening. June 29. This
marks the beginning of B"nai
B'nth's fourth year of sil.-vice to
the hospitalized veterans at the
Coral Gables insututwa
Marx Faber.apas.J2"
the lodge, rffered sewnj
select: ns Accprdion
were played and membw"
womens chapter served j
ments
Mrs. David AltermanJ
'..:' Taal
Mesaames i<
were tne
Jean SUvermaft
and Mori Gatema
ram As*
a Tea
Colman
always
crisp!
AMERICAN BORN RABBI. 34
10 years practical experience
Graduate Yeshiva Univ
BA Columbia University
MA Teacher's Institute
Diploma lr. Religious Educa-
tion); Accredited Psychologist
& Educator.
Member N. Y Bd. of Rabbis &
Rabbinical Council of America
Leaving present position Aug.
31 Seeks pulpit in or around
Miami and vicinityHighest
references
Write or Wire
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel
United Synagogue
330 Hudson St.. Hoboken. N. J.
Flagler-Granada
I nit Will Hold
Hobo Ride. I>i< ni
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center will hold a
hobo ride and picnic on Monday.
July 3. at 8:30 p.m. at Crand In
Park, according to an announce-
ment by Jjseph Masters, presi-
dent.
Transportation will be provided
for all who wish to ride hobo
style by truck. The motorcade
will leave at 8:15 p.m. from Kin-
loch Park School. 125 N.W. Ore
Ave.
Prizes will be awarded to the
Pioneer Jeu-ish Camp of the South
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Telephone 5-5375
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Iced to bring their
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Mr- A. L. Altman is in chargs
of arrangements
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*Jenistnuridliari
nters Unit Set Up To Coordinate Leisure-Time Activities
By GUS JACOBSON
Executive Director
lers Association of
ater Miami
taps vi u have not yet heard ,
' ... .;.utilization which q r,
Ipjay a vital role in the life | r*
1 lity has come into
jn the last two months.
organ zation is known as the
Mi Centers Association of
. Mii mi. Thanks to The
h Floridian, we have* been
an opportunity in a series
Hides to tell you all about
rganization and how it will
this community.
jiy people who have heard
t the Jewish Centers Associa-
dave asked what are its func-
Whom will it serve? How
|to be financed? How will it
the people? Who are some
officers? Who is on the
of directors? We hope in
succeeding articles in The
dian to answer as many of
questions as possible, but
he moment my assignment is
111 you how it got started.
I will leave it to my col-
|es on the board to answer
of the other questions.
undoubtedly know that
have been two YMHA's in
ommunity serving Miami
Jiami Beach in the leisure-
This happy group of youngsters answers
th
e call to chow at the Miami Beach YM-WHA
summer day camp. Thi, year the. will be live such Vam^ o^.ting ZJSZ?gJ?JE
that needed the kind of service
we were providing. The Planning
Committee then invited the Jew-
ish Welfare Board to send us a
member of their staff with the
functioning on boards, commit-
tees, participating in activities,
and to blend all of these parts,
which we sometimes call re-
sources, into one organization so
kind of experience we needed to I that all of these resources may" be
help us conduct a study of our used in the best interest of the
ecreational field. They were own leisure-time needs and how total community rather than
powevei. the only ones who
performing this kind of
for the community. There
synagogues which carried
bme leisure-time activities.
were the national youth
lizations. and there were in
st several years new organ-
ns that grew up overnight
hat we refer to as the
ban areas, similarly created I best way
fevelop a program of social, J eventually
these needs could best be met.! tions of the community
This study was conducted last
November by a committee of forty
local residents, with Carl Weinkle !
as chairman.
In the articles to follow, you
will hear more about what that
studv has to say. At the moment,
however, it is sufficient to say that
the study recommended that the
to coordinate and
integrate all of the
por-
I am sure you want to know
how this organization proposes to
do this. How will it be financed?
How much will be needed to
finance it? Who belongs? In next
week's column another of our
board members will talk with you
about the purposes of the Jewish
Centers Association.
Congressman-elect William
Lantaff will address the third
annual July 4th Americanism
rally sponsored by the Miami
form a Jewish Centers As'socia-; Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, in
tion, to serve the purposes for! F'arningo Park, it has been an-
which this organization was es-, no"nced by Program Chairman
tablished and about which we will j George J. Tahanofl.
be telling you much more. How- j Mayor Harold Turk and other
ever, at this moment may I say; civic and religious leaders will
very simply that what we aim to j appear on the platform to corn-
accomplish is to take all of the memorate Independence Day.
component parts of what there is
in a Jewish center, professional
staff, funds, facilities, and people
Congressman-Elect Lantaff To Address
Annual July 4th Americanism Rally
Religious Bloc Resents
Israeli Importation
Of Non-Kosher Meats
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Rabbi
Judah Maimon, Minister of Reli-
gion whose walking out of a
Cabinet session last week pre-
cipitated what was described as j rhorus
|tional and educational ac-| services in the community was to
i that would serve all mem-
^f the family from nursery
through Golden Age."
|ewhere in the neighborhood
0.000 of community money
king spent to provide these
fcs. Of this money approxi-
' $90,000 came from Federa-
jlhe rest was paid for by
|using the services in the
|of fees for activities and
well as through affairs
(ie respective agencies con-
Many of the newer
les and the synagogues were
Iting. and rightfully so, that
listing agencies, namely the
| s. provide them with serv-
oth of a program character
Messional workers so that
bo-could enjoy the kinds of
which the two Y's were
providing. How to do this
the most coordinated
and to insure that it be
p the least possible expense
immunity, and at
provide adequate
ivIce, became a
total community
!' is point the Plan-
ttee of the Greater
[Jev in Federation entered
the leadership of
itioned agencies
planning council
: iping a construc-
II" '-,1 to the resolution of
Iwingi nies of discussions
' do the job best.
I that a study be
the community so
we could work out
"serving all of the
) the community
Godfrey K. Newman, lodge
president, has announced that the Saul Genet. Jules P. Channing
The youths will be delivered to
Flamingo Park by special bus
from the Miami Daily New
Building. After the program, the
children will be returned to the
city by the same bus which is
provided i y Mayor Turk.
Invitations have been extended
to all civic, service, educational,
and veterans' organizations in the
area to attend the event.
Serving with Talianolf on tne
arrangements committee will be
major portion of the program will
be devoted to music and enter-
tainment highlighted by the
rendition of musical selections by
the American Federation of
Musicians 40 piece concert or-
chestra. The Norman Bruce
Brown Post of the Jewish War
Veterans will participate in a
dramatic presentation of the
colors and the "Youth Friendship
will present Irving
and Charles R. Jacobson.
LEGAL NOTICE"
(ted oy
feether
ila i
Jtions
a grave political crisis, partici-
pated this week in a meeting of
the central committee of the
World Mizrachi Organization.
Rabbi Maimon reported that
the most important conflict be-
tween the Religious Bloc and the
majority Mapai party which
caused him to stage a walk-out' moonlight cruise aboard the
was an announcement by Dr. Dov | Yacht Seven Si as on Sunday,
Joseph, Minister of Supply, that July 2, at 8 p.m. The boat leaves
the Israel government will import j from Pier 8. City Yacht Basin,
non-kosher meat from U. S. SUi- Tickets are S1.25. Mrs. Pearl
plus sleeks because it is cheaper Krieger and Mrs. Anna Prye are
Caesar's "Songs of Friendship."
l*ion To llolil Cruise
Golda Meyerson Club of Pio-
neer Women will sponsor a
tha kosher meat."
Political observers here and in
Tel Aviv do not minimize the
gravity of Rabbi Maimon's action,
noting that relations between the
Mapai and the Religious Bloc had
worsened recently, particularly
over the issue of education in
reception camps for newly-ar-
rived religious immigrants.
chairmen oi the event.
LEGAL NOTICE
oung Israel Synagogue
desires to engage a
Baal Tfilah for the High Holidays
Ability to blow Shofar preferred
Please call Mr. Lobel 5-7873
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KI.OIMDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24425.
In Re: ESTATE OP
JOSEPH (Hi IJNACKI,
i > ceased.
To All Oedltors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims ami demands which you, or
either of you, may have ngalnat the
estate ( JOSEPH CHOJNACKY, de-
ceased, late of Dade County, Florida,
!i the Hon. W, F. BLANTI IN, Count)
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same in his office In the County
Courthouse In Hade County, Florida,
within ishl i li i Ini moi I
the date of the first publication he of
Said claims > demands i.....ni.un
the li gni address of the claimant and
... |m swoi ii to and presei ted u*
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|n of tin IMS Probate Act.
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and Testament of JOSEPH
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pi r.n Sophia Chopnai ki
177-1 1-21
PAGE ELEVEN
1,200 Rumanian Jews
Arrive In Israel
HAIFA. (JTA)Another 1.200
Rumanian Jewish immigrants ar-
rived here this week aboard the
iner Transylvania. ,
Some of the immigrants re-
ported that the Rumanian govern-
ment has distributed exit visas I >
some 20.001) Jews who will leave
the country for Israel between
new and September. Another re-
port said that 100.000 Rumanian
Jews are prepared to come to
Israel.
(In New York HI AS announced
that it has appropriated an addi-
tional $100,000 for its Rumanian
office. The money will be used
to assist Israel-bound Rumanian
Jews, many of whom are "desti-
tute" and require aid before sail-
ing. The organization, which
expects 4.000 Jews to leave
Rumania monthly for the re-
mainder of the summer, also
assists the immigrants with docu-
mentation, transporation and
baggage problems.)
More than 88,000 immigrants
were living in camps in Israel
at the end of May, according to
the Jewish Agency. Over 12,400
new immigrants arrived in the
Jewish state that month.
When a fellow goes a'courling
01 4 lovely lweel young thing
Chances ire he'll wild up giving her
X sparkling wedding ling.
But belore they lie (he nuptial knot
We'll lire 'em agilatios
Bj inviting them to Hilctait
For their wedding invitation.
Thtre'i beauty in the cultimamhip
01 Hilcralt'i line engraving.
Tet Bride and Cioom will buy the bejt
At a mod substantial laving.
So when Ihere'i romance in the air
Xnd TOD want to name the day.
Lei Hilctait do it lot you
la th* very imarteit way.
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T All Creditors anil All Persons
Having Clalmi or Demands Against
Said Estate: ...
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notified and required to prtMBt any
Ctolma and demands Which yOU. or
either of you, ma} have again* the
,s,!,. ol Chart.-.. H Kin.-., >Wed,
late of in..... County, Florida, to the
Hi.n W V Blanton, County Judge
,,, DadlTcbunty, and file th*>*uah
his offiee In the County "Millions.
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rulendar months, from the date of tne
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if ihe 1121 I'roliale Act.
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harles B. Fine, Leceaaed.
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)AY. JUNE 30. 1950
*Jmist> fkruafira/r
jdassah Unit
fesldeat Names
imniittee Head*
Isabelle Altholz, president
KenIietta Szold group of
niinied Mrs. Raymond
[ ead the medical oigan-
t'V Mrs Edward Harowitz
Youth Aliyah chair-
V\x th Mrs. Leonard Barr in
( : Minyanim.
Iher committee chairman are
ry Amlyn, raffle; Mrs.
I. Cohen, education; Mrs.
I nziger, Jewish National
[--. Mrs Benjamin Friedman,
'welfare; Mrs. Jack Farkas,
| Mrs. Benjamin Gold-
I ,1 secretary; Mrs. Mor-
I, Hadassah supplies; Mrs.
!. rirgian, bulletin; Mrs.
I Lear, medical school;
I Ehiel Lcsowoder, Zionist af-
L al!d Mrs. Louis Makovsky,
Lth Commission^
Qs serving are Mrs. John
k'ell. spoons;Mrs. Lillian
t hospitality; Mrs. Sam
Cp : ,, Hadassah supplies; Mrs.
I Wolf, American affairs.
h- tors are Mesdames
lhan Israel. Irwin Makowsky.
told Spaet and Alex Van
aten.
Jrs. Abraham Goodman was
bted to represent the group oil
[G t< r Miami Chapter board
Anna Weiss will serve
Alternate.
Y : ses Mescheloff was ap-
r:. I ublicity chairman.
PAGE THIRTEEN
Tropical Lodge
Plans Picnic
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
jwill sponsor a "Family Day Pic-
nic" at 12 no, n. Sunday, July 2,
Greynold's Park, it is an-
nounced by Lodge Presidenl Sam
Kessler. i
A program of garni is planned,:
climaxed by a softball contest
between single and married mem-
bers iced drinks and barbecue
facilities will be provided.
Chairmen of the annual outdoor
celebration are Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Knopman.
Wolfson Lecture Slated
The third lecture in the scries
on 'The Art of Being Happy" will
be given by Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, Tuesday, July 4. at 8 p.m.,
at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum,
11th St. and Ocean Ct., Miami
Beach. At o p.m. the forum will
join America's Town Meeting.
idio Workshop Will
Dramatic Fantasy
I,,:. Workshop for Democracy.
.. y radio series designed to
|i! | better understanding be-
ten all groups, presents
eavenly Report." a dramatic
itasy. with emphasis on today's
i f living together in a
sceful world, on Saturday, July
it 7:45 p.m. over station WMIE.
it J. Berliner, Bob Brenner,
paid Zweigel, Sam Freeman,
or-.'.i Green. Judy Freeman are
|the cast of this week's present-
on. Steve Kessler will be at
organ.
Entire production is under the
kec'.nn of Mrs. Gertrude Marx,
lth Bernard Hutner of the Anti-
B n League's Florida re-
ll I ce, serving as technical
I
Over 100 guests helped celebrate the Sweet Sixteenth Birthday
of Miss Leila Harriet Dubler at the Phyllis Kapp Studio in Coral
Gables recently. Flanking Miss Dubler as she prepares to cut ihe
birthday cake are her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Dubltr. and her younger sister, Sharon.
Comic Haicr Hal In llcautv Contest
To Highlight Swim Dance Sal unlay
water ballet by the Hillel A/.A
Chapter.
Carol Jaffee is in charge if
arrangements, and will be assisted
by Sandy Wheatman and George
Schwartz, tickets: Honey Sas
music: Howard Kleinberg and
Herbert Finkelstein, publicity.
Tickets will be available at the
door.
Fishman Bar Mitzvah
Samuel E. Fishman. son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Martm Fishman, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
July 1. at the Beth El. After
services, open house will be held
all day at the Fishman home,
2193 S.W. 11th St. Relatives and
friends are invited to call. No
invitations will be sent.
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B'nai B'rith youth groups Satur-
day evening. July 1 at the Town
and Beach Cabana Club, 1 Lincoln
Road.
Members from five B'nai B'rith
Girls' units will be contestants
[ in the beauty parade and a panel
1 of judges consisting of A. J. Kap-
lan, David Rabinowitz. Milton A.
Friedman and Selma Lewis will
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The program will include \ a]
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ibbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
Temple Beth Sholom,
|1 I featured speaker on the
*' pi igram, "The Message
on Sunday, July 2.
The rabbi will broad-
s'- from New York where he is
|w spending a few weeks. His
IF will be "The Fusion of
V and Faith," an Inde-
Day address. The pro-
im will be carried by WQAM.
r. Sanders To Address
lolem Lodge Luncheon
Ipr Murray Sanders, head of
Vniversity of Miami medical
division and a co-dis-
'f the wonder drug.
'inycin, will speak at the
luncheon meeting of
Lodge, B'nai B'rith. on
Way, June 30, at the Miamian
ftstaurant
IP'' Sanders was recently
losen as "The Outstanding Man
I DaJe County in 1949" in the
I'rd annual competition spon-
Ired by the service, veterans.
I>a civic clubs of Greater Miami.
Subject of Dr. Sanders' address
f u be: "Medical Research Meets
e Challenge."
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PAGE FOURTEEN

*Jenist Fkrkfiair
The Place of the Synagogue in Jewish Life
B> DR. JACOB H KAPLAN


for the Aged
various Lodges
_ :
' '
:
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I
\..-. tev new restitutions
yet n in this
izat
couragement and
'-he
is the Syna ...
lifi
Each instituti n may .....s
youthful ardor ... .:-
dependent of thi s. n .
it has grown I
of the Synagogue, but w. cannot
forget and we must not foi
that the apple may r:Den on the
ground, but it grew on the tree
And as the wish of every mol
is that her children live in

l
the 1 -

As S
Synagof -
- ..
tha t his mu
for to the J
: : W
thin l -
--- ng
before there were an)
houses : study, in : ie YMHA
B"l '' : :
public schools or private schools.
Synagogue is 1
for all studies, which in an age
:' specialization cann I .
to find a place for all studies thai
lead to God.
'"Organization for religi >tu pur-
poses forms the basic foundati in "
every Jewish community.
In the photo are members of the executive board of the Central Conferf-nr
meeting in Cincinnati June 7-12 for its 61st annual convention. meri"n Rju^
Left lo right in the front row are Rabbis Sidr ey L. Regner. Readina Pa #
Phineas Smoller. Los Angeles, treasurer; Emil Leipxiger. New Orleans- lLr m llnanal secret*,
administrative secretary: Jacob R. Marcus. Cincinnati, president; Philio B*rnV"CUin-Mn fif
vice president: Abraham J. Feldman. Hartford. Conn.; and Martin M. Perley Lo' ches,er' 11
Rear row: Rabbis Frederick I. Rypins. Greensboro, N. C; Roland B CittoL,!.- T
N. Y.: Samuel D. Soskin. Fort Worth; Joseph L. Fink. Buffalo; Julian B Feih-i ""S^C^
Frederick A. Doppelt. Ft. Wayne. Ind.; Sidney M. Lefkowiti. Jacksonville Fll m New "t
Cambridge. Mass.; Julius Gordon. St. Louis; Ariel L. Goldberg. Richmond V- p?"L Ziw3
New York City; and Nathaniel M. Keller. New Brunswick. N. J. "ward E. SJ
The C.C.A.R.. a group of Reform Rabbis, is meeting at the Hotel Gibson.
peace with each' though fte^JTm^SS .r? \hiP n and their life
u> separate h,,-. < ,-. .? H.owever numerous its social and.......... -___________,.___
in separate homes so the
Synagogue's greai i is that all
tne Jewish instituti ns maj livi
I ther and work togetht .:.
:" & ''m for the wel-
family.
' :' a n ml er of on<
:::e aaughti nstituti ns may for-
espect and love du
tne Synas gut the
. : r forgets 1 .
blood
educational institurtons~may *be! ;: Synagogue whose mem-
howevei rous its i support all of them because
and political life, every commun- they were and are taught to do so
SarSSnoerJ^ .interpretation
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together for
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rer 400,000 Immigrants Have Found
iven In Israel Since Its Formation
By DR. GEORGE JOSEPHTHAL
Absorption Department, Jewish Agency /or Palestine
jew YORK-The immigration
!brLntinn program of the
+Jewisf Meridian
French origin, are potential im-
migrants to Israel.
As Israel's second year ended.!
the Iraq government, which here- |
tofore had kepi its gates shut on I
its 150,000 Jews, surkirnlv offi
to open their. The bulk of |
Jews must be moved dui in
coming twelve months. Egyptian
Jews me arriving in Israel ;it the
rate of 2,000 a month: there
still 30.000 Jews in Turkey and
2f)0,000 in western Libya who will
want, eventually, to go to Israel,
as w.ell as Jews from ti.'
communities of Iran. Afghanistan.
Pakistan, India. Singapore and
the Philippines
U. S. Must Help
Whatever their numbers and
however great the pressure, the
gates of Israel will never be closed
to her immigrants. But unless
world Jewry, particularly U.S.A.
Jewry, increases its contributions
to the United Jewish Appeal here!
and to other united Israel appeals i
elsewhere, the rate of absorption
may be catastrophically slowed
down.
Moreover, the absorption ot
more than 90.000 immigrants still j
in camps as Israel's third year1
opened, constitutes one of the!
most formidable problems faced;
bv the Jewish State in the months'
:llld May to October 1949 the: for a three-month period and in,.)head Thp finuncing of lhis
opulation of Israel's thirty-four i exceptional cases (ill-health, old probiera, too, rests to an enormous
bmigrant centers jumped from age, etc ) are given further bene- pxti.nt on t,K, uU,0 flf this
12 000 to over 91.000. The camp fits until such time as they are ,g Uniu,(, J(.w|sh A m
PAGE FIFTEEN
New Home of UAHC in New York
e immigrants nave own j
i nartiallv absorbed. As ol
lar>1 1950. a total 264,372
tribution Committee with some
help from the International
Refugee Organization. The opera-
tion of the immigrant camps alone
costs the Jewish Agency an aver-
age of nearly S2.500.000 a month.
But the responsibility of the
Jewish Agency lor the immigrant
extends beyond the initial months
spent in camp. Newcomers who
move out of the camps to settle
on the land are aided by the
Jewish Agency's Agricultural
Colonization Department and the
Keren Kayemeth (which in more
than half the cases provides the
land for settlement). The settler
is provided with everything from
instruction in. the latest methods
of husbandry to loans for seed
and farming equipment.
The Jewish Agency has thus
assisted more than 32,000 immi-
grants to launch their farming
careers in the last two years.
Immigrants choosing to settle
in urban areas are granted loans,
|" :!'lS-Sch receives
htr> through the United
Lish Appeal-was a dominant
X in shaping the history of
& second year of statehood.
hn the past twelve months more
900000 immigrants from all
B of the globe entered
rael bringing to well over
be 000 the total number who
R arrived since the gates were
frown open on Israel's first
[dependence Day, two years ago.
[The overwhelming majority of
Use immigrants have been at
fast
ffeta*tuW"""oatricle of camps
B5.000 in cities and towns and
Je rest on the soil.
But the rate of absorption dur-
ae the last twelve months was
utstripped by the influx of im-
liarants. especially from such
Irpas of distress as Yemen and
Birth Africa. In the five-month provided with health assistance


at the end of January,' completely absorbed into the
economy. Jewish Agency funds
also help to finance free meals The people of Israel are more
for immigrant school children and than matching financially and
to maintain nurseries. otherwise- -th< contributions ol
The housing problem, an in- *eir brethren oven
ources of immigration to Israel, i evitatIe concomitant of the
the first year, over 91 migration program, is another
all immigrants came ,Jdjn Jh f, Je, ncy ^ fundh
is active. The Jewish Agencj itseli !mmi),,.alin duri* the last two
Dopulation _
1950. was still 86,000. It now
lands at more than 90.000.
Shijt in Immigration
The second year of statehood
Witnessed a significant shift in
the U. S.
_ solution of the immigration prob-
lem, Directly or indirectly, the
, Europe (88.395 from Eastern
Europe) and only 8 percent from
Architect's drawing of proposed Berg Memorial House of
Living Judaism, new home of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations to be erected at the corner of Fifth Ave. and 65th
St.. New York City, opposite Temple Emanu-El. The new center of
Reform Judaism has been made possible through gifts by Dr.
Albert A. Berg, noted- surgeon, in memory of his parents; and the
National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. UAHC afficilale. The
Union, representing more than 400 Reform congregations, is headed
by Jacob Aronson, chairman of the board, and Dr. Maurice N.
Eisendrath, president. Harry M. Prince, noted synagogue architect,
designed the building.

erected tu.zuu provision no m.b the Jewish Agency.
units-mosUy woodm itructures\V can o|
-for unmigrantsduring the pas achieved,in COntinual mutual co-
year while Amidar, a national tions ^tween the p(,,pl(. f
housing corporation financed j f Diaspora.
' jointly bv the Jewish Agency and___________________________1-----
bia and Africa. During the year
gust past, however, the percentage
of European immigrants dropped
1 -tour while the percentage
bom Moslem countries rose to: jointly by
thirty-five. lne government, completed 9.000 j
This shift is attributable to concrete unite in the same period.
several factors. By the end of the
first yen of free immigration, the' Special Problems
puwish DP camps, most of the J The mass immigration from
inmates of which were of Eastern oriental countries in the last
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nore than 500,000 Jews still in
housing. The Jewish Agency, in
partnership with the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and the Is-
rael government, has set up a
special organization to handle
so-called "hard core" cases among
the immigrantsthe aged, the
twelve months has created special
problems. Yemen Jewry, tradi-
tionally one of the poorest and
oland. Czechoslovakia, Hungary j most persecuted of Jewish corn-
fend Romania found it increasing- mUnities in the world, has been
1y difficult to emigrate as a result [granted priorities in food and
lei restrictions imposed by their -
I governments.
Simultaneously with the reduc-
tion of the flow from Europe,
negotiations with Moslem govern-
ments for permission for Jewish
emigration began to bear fruit.
During the year just ended the i'chronically ill, etc.
famous "Operation Magic Carpet" I ,
brought to Israel more than 36.000 As Irae rthirdI year of <
jewg ___ v_____ ..:.ii Inendence begins, the l
liquid
C(
Sc.....
and Jews came from Turkey and /million Jews
a similar
|AfriCa' 'H'fto Israel: The.e are sti
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PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
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DUPLICATED
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UDAY. JUNE 30, 1950
It Goes Both Ways
By MEYER LEVIN
. Not8! The author of this article la one of the leading Uti
ilu day. To the Jewish community l^vln is particularly known
i,- novels "ii Jewish life anil for his lirilllant report! on Paleatlm
. |ateal I.....k, Is- "In Search." an autobiography.)
Ever since the war I've been circulating from Europe to
jerica to Israel on Jewish errands, and last year it suddenly
jck me that these communities instead of getting closer
jether might easily grow further apart. For oddly enough, we
vs know very little about each other.
America, we get a lot of
2^htfkridHa,n
/0ys from Israel, and there are
hv Americans who go to Israel
return to tell us in glowing
rns what things are like over
Ire. But aside from the fund-
Ling speeches we have little
mate contact with the kind of
|ture that is growing in Israel,
what is worse, they know
about us.
for instancewhile the most
Bical and most active factors in
average American Jewish
imunity may be the temple
the ((immunity center, these
ktituiions are unknown to Is-
fcl. Worship, for those who are
Servant, is orthodox. The com-
fx idea of the modern temple
its courses in handicraft and
lectures on world politics is
utterly foreign one to the
Dple of Israel. The Jewish
amunity center with its basket-
trains and dramatic clubs
iv be vaguely paralleled in the
Itural center of a kibbutz, but
[has no parallel institution in
towns.
Is it important that Israel know
out these institutions? Yes
kt as important as it is for us
know about the growing struc-
res of kibbutzim, cooperatives,
rtnership kibbutzim. Unless a
eness is to develop, each
nmunity must have an early
|uaintance with the cultural
fms of its sister community,
fe commonly think of culture
"I the artswe are proud
[the Philharmonic Orchestra in
rail and of the fact that an
perican boy named Lenni Bern-
l ii a there to conduct the
I we are proud of the
bima and the fact that an
n (tor, Harold Clur-
was invited to stage one of
tir new productions. These are
pellent signs. But when culture
ives at the stage of art, it is
eudy formalized, epitomized.
The earlier stage of a culture
I in the life of a people, for
adly speaking culture is sim-
a way of life. The coiner
II lessen is part of our culture
as the children's house is
of the culture of a kibbutz,
kind of drawings our chil-
inmake in a progressive school
ite our way of life just
we should find fascinating
1 in the drawings of
.children of Ain Harod.
low much inter-penetration is
between the two great re-
B- Jewish communities, in
V portent sense? While a
''< of booksmany of them
lobshas given us some
1 of how the people of
we. the Israelis have very

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Jew's way of life. Even the
literature that does exist goes
translated into Hebrew, while
such works as "Gone With
the Wind" are preferred. And
on the American side, we are
coming to the stage where wi
need a good deal of substance to
go with our enthusiasm for Israel.
A few days ago a young man
who had picked up an advance
copy of my latest book "In
Search" at a radio station where
he works, came to see me.
when their large cement cowshed
was first built, they had dedi-
t u I MlthL a Performance of
wi w Wv b,'f"re th<-' <*ttle
were let into the place.
v!,nCOmmend,-'d Maa>'an t0 the
young radio announcer; but in
h t Tth, him' a Peculiar
thought struck me. Here was a
young man who had never heard
ot Hechalutz and who had ob-
viously no cultural ties to his own
people, here. Israel was awaken-
ing in him that need for contact
with his own people. Would he
"Burn to join an American Jew-
center, or temple
PAGE SEVENTEEN
sh community
group?
Obviously, some sort of cul-
tural interchange, stimulated and
organized, as Well as the natural
interchange that takes place
through young people of his kind
is going to be necessary if the
Israel and American Jewish com-
munities are not to grow further
apart. When I wrote "In Search,"
, it was with the feeling that some-
one had to set down, for mice
the common background that
He binds these two communities
w awf,hS'l'Ve ET,*Arri2n Psychologically, in <>u time.
Jew, with no contacts in the both Israelis and American Jew
organized community life. Yet he are bound mosl strongly through
?Shao3 /itll.0l'TPtin,8 8? "" lracdV "f lh" Jews of Europe
such contact To him it took the These were our families in com-
tew I T*u u* l ^u r!J:aeL mon: evefy tsraeli had a cousin
MK&< JIT whet,h.c1r there, in Detroit, an uncle in Brooklyn,
was a kibbutz there, while doing and the families are traced back
his, share of daily work, he might i to the grandparents or the other
also tind a good deal of evening,'uncles and cousins who died
theatrical activity? He wanted to i Lublin and in Warsaw and
be amongst people of that sort. Koenigsburg.
I did know of such a place Out of Europe, we have the
Maayan, a beautiful settlement culture of our immediate past-
perched on a hill overlooking the Purimspiel and latkes and Sholem
sea, and founded by a group of Aleichem and Yiddish melodies
young Europeans with an excep- | and the great culture of all Jew-
tional interest in the theater, so ish history. This is a meeting-
that they have ever since carried point, where we have common
on a very active program in; understanding,
community staging. Miriam Having established this much
Laserson, who was one of the' which seems utterly obvious and
actresses in "My Father's House," yet is easily overlookedI tried
had spent a good deal of time in j in this book to draw upon my
Maayan, and she told me how i experiences in many trips to Pal-
LEON BLUM DI/RIIVG LAST U.S. VISIT
est.no and Israel, to give the Jew
01 America, some sense of what
th.t I a t0Jive and *row in'
that land, rather than merelv to
observe it. in a three-day tour.
But what seemed most im-1
portant to me was to relate all
this to the early, conditioning ex-
periences of the American Jew
brought up m a mistaken conflict
between his Jewish ties and his
American environment. It is this
experience that is least under-
stood by the Jew of Israel today
and for this reason I wrote "In
Search' as much for the Jew of I
Israel as for the American Jew. ;
We Will never find common
>onds as long as we proceed with
hero worship on one side and a ,
kind of amused contempt from
the other side. As long as we
assign all that i.s good and pro-
ve to the character ,,l the
Jew and permit the Amer-
ican Jew to be presented to him
as a crude, cigar-smoking fellow
stuffed with riches.
The current plans for sending
groups of students for study:
:i Is in Israel are most im-
P i tant not only for what Ameri-
can Jewish students will bring
back from Israel, but for the
necessity of giving the Israeli
contact with typical Jews from
this land. There should be ten
thousand young people like tin-
radio announcer who wanted to
live for a while in a kibbutz and
lake part in their community
dramatics. For every envoy, for
every shaliach from "Israel, to tell
us what Israelis are like, there
should be an Americannot just
one of our wealthier middle class
who can afford the trip, but a
median representative of the
communityto give Israelis the
feeling of what Americans are
like. For these are our two great
remaining communities; our past
is a common one. and only
through knowing each other well
can we be sure of a common
future.

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Pjmistncrkl&r
FRIDAY.jUNE 30,3
HI Say...
June S T 5
:- N York
On the Mauretania
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
. it with I
p and
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respect and familiarity that is truly admirable
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an air
n But m st ,: the Fathers are
rtenl a funny story.
and up an oc-
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tely N Father. m -
; [ potween
clergy and parishionera skillful balai
respect and fami'"~
Je oith Travelers
June 9. As for Jewish passengers, it mav
funny, but they are not alv "^
For instance. I was 5 u 'urnS
out to be Italian-Americans .'. : ~"*
woman has dark eyes, black hair, plump finS
and prominent nose. S'r.. '. Frfi
One middle-aged man. with i <:ubbvS
covering his lower chin looked faintly Rab'oS
But Rabbis seldom wear beards, and besides""!.
spoke a flawless French in at iictiwi I
him down as a business man from Ly >ns or BordeaW
When Friday came, a notice- v ; onT
bulletin board that Jewish
at the cinema. The Frenchman with the goatees*
charge and darened in proper Hebrew and wift!
pleasing voice. He turned out to be a French Raw,
who had the foresight to leave immediately bef
Hitler marched in. Now he ngregatioaZ
Lexington Ave.. New York At the service, I taj
that the boat maintains a Koshei kitchen thuja
serve any passenger in First, Cabin, r Touristd
A Jewish Pilgrimage
Talking to a priest. I learned that the HolyYa
of the Catholic Church is based or. the Jubilee cm.
manded by Moses in the Old Testament TrmsJnjj
influence reaches out to Ger.::;-?s in 1950 sailing
the Mauretania in Mid Atlanti
thought: Why shouldn't wi .- p;i
W-.th the State Israel functi ning iovertjfljj
wouldn't it be fitting to v sevtaft
year for a pilgrimage to Ml ad redediafe
ourselves to the ancier.-. t the s
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U^islh[kriidHar

17 Young Women
\if4n cera oi the B'nai
iB'rith Young Women's Organiza-
tion will h lelegation from
ler Miami to the annual Dis-
.v c nvention at Wasn-
I D. C, July 1 through 4.
A total of 17 delegates from this
in i "i" attend the enclave to
[be held in conjunction with the
Elstrict meet of B'nai B'nth
[Young Men for the purpose of
co-ordinating cultural, recreation-
al. community service, and
leducntional programs by B'nai
J'rith young adults in the south-
eastern suites.
District officers attending the
event will be Rosalyn Morris,
president: Elaine Schwartz, first [
/ne president; Romesa Rosenthal,
jecretary; and Doris Klein, treas-
jrer.
Shirley Banks and Bobbye De-
/ore will present Clara Hirsch
jandau Chapter and Barbara
Johen and Evelyn Wilde are
Relegates from Colman Zwitman
Chapter. Star Chapter will be
Represented by Doris Brown,
Pearl Kaplan and Irene Kesten-
baum. Attending the convention
for Sharet Chapter will be
Beverly Koch, Trudi Lach. Arline
!ohen and Charlotte Codden.
Harold Booth, a past president
|f FDR Chapter. B'nai B'rith
r*oung Men, will represent the
fcganization.
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7th day of Auguit, A. b. 1950 "'
A.'d^IO.^'8 'he 26th ',ay "f J,,n"'
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romen's Christian Associations
inu; the state are including
eir day and summer camping
fctivities the Anti-Defamation
ague'3 film strips, posters, songs
nd other human relations ma-
Irials mure than ever before.
lalkin disclosed.
1 According to schedule, state YM
lid YWCA summer camps will be
Tsited by experienced interfaith
lid mtercultural leaders who will
fmonsliate Anti Defamation
eague hu/nan relations materials
Id lead discussions to build
lendly group understanding
rnard Hutner. assistant di-
BT _of the Anti-Defamation
agues Florida regional office,
heady appearing twice weekly
' the .Miami YMCA day
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Mrt__ NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
.usim.ss under the fictitious name of
?n v 8,H.' hl\""y '1,'U01' Store at
433 Northwest Seventh Av
ami, Florida, Intends to
name with the Clerk
Uourt of Dade Countv
enue, Ml-
reglster said
of the Circuit
"!,, rida
_,,, BENJAMIN KRAMEISEN
FRANK K. SOLOMON
, K,y ''"' ""'Jainin Krameisen
fill Blseayne Hide,
6/16-23-30 7/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
__.__ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
tne undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
i asa Maikin Apartments al 541 isth
mi,-,.I. Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
-ircult Court of Had,- County,
HERBERT J^uWHER^*-
8,30 ";7J:,4f?JIJac NOTICE UNOERfTcTITIOUS-
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY
Ihe mi.I,.
VEN
BENJAMIN WEQBREIT
v ?ole Owner
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
"'>.....11-21
i : ;-n
OK THE
CIRCUIT
AM. FOR DADE
CHANCERY, No
I\ Tm^cm B,r, P^BlTcaTION
i-i .-.','."" IT COURT
ELEJ ENTH Jl'DICIAL
OP FLORIDA, IN
COUNTY. IN
13*111.
AHWM KIVAN'''K COMPANY, a
ii \ \i, ''''i"""'1""". Plaintiff, vs.
IRA MONEY and BESSIE MONEY
Mai wife, and LOVINA M. TRIPP
I ''I'-iidanls. '
TO:
.l,'{-A.-NI,'NK-v "'"' BESSIE MONEY
:.',' {? ''Is' Terr.,, .-
[-,".','' ^25" Ml'""' l;,-"n- Florida
TO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat a lull for foreclosure of chattel
mortgage covering the following ,i,-
property In Dade County,
r w.LsoN. '.....,..;,';,'!,;;;-,." s -
Deputj Clerk ;; fall to do so, judgment bj default
v.111 be taken agaln.il you fot h relief
demanded In the Bill of cimplalnf.
..,. .";.":!" Bfnal1 '" KublisKed once
".;.->> for four consecutive wetka
in Hi- Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
lay of .lulu.
West
York,
Florida.
HARRY
Attorney
6/9-18-23-SO
-NATHAN KLIGERMAN
EDITH KLIGERMAN
Owners
DIETZ
for Aiiplieants
130 p.m.
Idins of
pdassah Unit
lloli Coarse
' Miami Beach Business &
": nal Women's Division of
wssan is planning a series of
..courses for the summer,
to Education Chairman
I Lebon.
'rat in the series will be a
tap/H, asic Judaism," to be
R, d byfHy P"morantz of
IBureau of Jewish Education
' Thursdayi June 29
in the religious school
'ne Miami Beach
sh Community Center.
^WHhLSS11600 ,Sector of
klvn tmr,burR YMHA ^
\,' Sf^Ve as director of
at the Morningside
Hurlyvil New *
.Sam. Winograd. City
downeC,tor ?f athletics
*f Can h ,S',m' ar berth ^
r AlL.Am.0t-eI- IrV Tor.
^bX^rba1^aelmIJtTh1
M"Bosterkr(,i^hile Red
I coachi nt ??eltlS mentor,
|try Cluh in whc Kutscher's
NowUb'na^"ticello, New
i trie hnfli dltlon t0 name
J^^-frsare going
LEGAL NOTICE
^^VirTr^Ur
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
:!\,"!:*>:,.""'],>' ,he fletitlous name of
I.M-I HOTEL .a 1040 Washington
Avenue, .Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Cireuii Court of Dade Countv,
Horula.
ANNA FREED
SOL FREED
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Anna Freed and
Sol Freed
6/30 7/7-H-J1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Neonlte Sign Company at lt>2 n w
pth Street, Miami, Florida, Intend
i" register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of bade County,
Florida.
EMIL FLUTIE
ALBERT Fl.l'i'li:
MORTON" ROTHENBERG
Attorney for Emil Flutie
6 30 7/7-M-21
il F, AM- f A""'lnlstratrix of
know M '"' .",' AVV'" """" Bl0
oi '; 1uwa/' ("''""- Atwood
w'iii,m. ;."''s ":'"" ;'ml cMie
imams, den-as.-,, 'lainllff >^
MAMIE ODAM, Defendant.1"' ~
xou, Main:.- Odam. .',1
Street, New York, .\,--
required to serve n copy of
answer to the Bill of Com......n,' Z
'"''""';',v Decree on plaintiffs at-
y.ie.v .Harold Shapiro, 27 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florid)
'.....Iglnal in the offl
f this Curt on or before Juli :;
I.'...-. oti,..,- -.. a Decree l-ro C
"ill be ,111, i, d against you.
This Notice win be published once
a week for four .....isccutlve wei k In
the Jen i Florldlan,
Dated June 27, 1930,
E. B. L.EATHERMAN,
III Court Seal)
and ril
of the Clerk
By C.
II \ROLD >ll \ I 11: < >
Attorney lor Plaintiff
27 l.lneoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
'- SO T 7-14-21
It. WILSON,
Deputy < !li: k,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Patio Self Service Laundry at
N.W. 17th Av., Miami, Fi
tends to register said
Clerk of the Circuit
County, Florida.
HOWARD It. GREEN
MARK SILVERSTEIN
Attorney
4L'ft Line,In Road
Miami Beach, Florida
6/9-16-23-30
Radio, talde model
Hay Bed
Card Table
tary Desk
Irons
Toasters
Singer Sewing Machine, Elec.
' abinet
Chairs
gasj Elec. Wash. Machine
Elec. rrigidalre
"il Range
Table
Hollywood Beds
YValnul Ch,if,,robe
"Walnut Dn Bser
:i Arm\
en brought against you in the
Co ii I. .ii.,I yo
to bill ol omplalnt on pin
attorney, Mar.v Faber, ;:. -
Ulan i i ; Ida, .md n
Clerk of the ab l.efore
day Ju .:
ol h i ... Bill of i
taken
Dated
E, B LEATHERMAN,
.. Couri
|i II Co Bi I
I-:- C. R WILSON,
Dep
Florida, this 12
Clrc
(Circuit
ims 3 day ,,f .nine. AD ISSO
. E. B. LEATHERMAN Cletk.
Ult < ..mi, D.|.. County, Elo.-ldi.
6/16-23-30 7'7
Court Seal)
By R, ii rice. ,ir,
Deputy Clerk,
c, inn,
CcilN'TY.
Aereos,
30 : 7-11
name
Court
230S
irlda, In-
with the
of Dado
fities
kl in
ree's
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT CURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND for DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
I31298-D.
DANIEL GLADSTONE, Plaintiff, vs.
PEARL GLADSTONE, Defendant
TO: PEARL GLADSTONE
c/o Samuel Knauer
308 S. 3rd Avenue
HiKhland Park
N.-w Brunswick, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY Nl ITIPIED that
a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
hereby required to Serve a ropy ,,f
your Answer t.i the Hill of Complain.
on Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the
original Answer in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 27th day of June, 19S0:
otherwise the allegations of said Hill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
DATED this 26 day of May. 1(50.
E. II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
STREET & GREENFIELD
Attorneys for Plaintiff
By: Leo Greenfield
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5/29 6/5-12-19
h*iL ln;:i!V hive>
Ith ,* .hod at nnnM...
:n that
engage in
STKR TESNEi
P-M*
tbnnbt
^HEEGATC^VMNSFOB
AL ADVERTISING
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Florldlan so-
licibi your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate sendee at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
far messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und, rsigned, di sli Ins to eni
business under the fictitious name ,,f
HERBERT'S 3 & 10 DEPARTMENT
S'l'i IRE at number 7 :>;", s.W Si h
Strei t, in the City ,,f Miami. Florida,
Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk !' the Circuit Court of
Dad.- County, Florida.
HERBERT NTSSMAN
Sole '-a ner
MAN It. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
il ',-|,.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN C< il'XTY JUDGE'S c< dRT. DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No 172
RE: ESTATE OF
l.nllS NATHAN.
I'.-, eased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and ;
for Final Distribution and Din I
as executrix of the estate of Lo -
Nathan, dei asi d; and that
in day of July, 1950, I will apply to
the Honorable W F Blanton, I'
Judge of Dade County, Fl la l
approval of said final report and ord r
of final distribution and final
charge as executrix of the estate of
Louis Nathan, d. ,-. aseil.
This 1st day of June, 1950.
MARY NATHAN
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for exeuutrlx
S50 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
t/9-16-33-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
eairlng I engagi
iltiout
JIMMIES SUNDRIES a. 39 s W.
Slh Street, Mis .,! t,.
res said name with thi
the Cln C in ol D -
Florida.
NATHAN SEDLIK
AL RETSKIN
ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ
Nathan SeUlik and
a Retskln
'7 7-11
NOTICE TO APPFAR
IN THE CIVIL COURT OP RE
IN AND FOR HADE
FLORIDA No 13918
Morton ROTHENBERG, Plaintiff
v^COMPANIA ITAU TRANS-
PORTES AEREOR Defendam
lo Companla Ran Transport,-
a Foreign Corporation,
Asdrubal d,, Nasclmento iW,
si,, Paulo. Brasll:
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED t., serve upon
Morton Rotnenbeix-. -hm i.i,,,in Road,
-Miami Reach. Florida, an answer to
fji complaint filed herein and fiio
the original in the office of the Clerk
Of i nil Curt of Record, Dado
County. Florida, on oi before July 10.
I.',", otherwise said complaint will be-
taken as onfessed by you and a
default will be entered therein
Dated this >iii flay ,.f June, 1950
W. OECIL WATSON,
lerk of Civil Court of Record,
I n Ivll Cart of Record Seal)
By T. C. BLi 'I'.vt, JR.,
I 18-23-30 7 7 "''""' ,'1":,:'
NOTICE UNi3R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY I5IVEN that
the und. : -i.
the I
ROBERT A. PATRICK SALVAOH
'"OMPANY in |ii I.I, coin Road, Miami
Dade C K Ida, Intend
the i "lerk
lit Court o. Dad.- County.
HARRY .1 LOUIS
EARL WINTERS
IE TALIANOFF, ESQ.
120 Li::
Bea h, Florida
Vi Vpplli ants
23-30 7 7-14
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engagi
m I e ol
Southeastern
- 120 N u
U. :. .- M 1
of the i
Florida
STANLEY HIRSCH
A. HIRSCH
7 7-1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CHRCUIT COURT DK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCC1T.
IN AND FDR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN" CHANCERY, No.
7Tt"il'l
SUZANNE V. CRUM, Plaintiff, vs.
JOHN WESLEY CRUM, Defendant.
TO: JOHN WESLEY CRUM
Residence unknown.
Yot; ARE NOTIFIED a Nill f > om-
plalnt for divorce has been filed
against you in the above I ause. and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour Answer on the plaintiffs attorney
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk Of the Circuit Court, on or
before the third day of July, 1
otherwise the allegations of said
of Complaint will be taken as
fessed by you.
""'" 1;':E B. I.EATHKRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Deputy
JACK A aBBOTT
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beac I, Flo I !
t/9-U-M-M
P.ill
coii -
JR.,
Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE H'RT >F THE
IVENTH Jl'DICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, So
133343
FLORENCE LINN PULLMAN,
I'ia RT B.
ant.
I.I.MAN
x. New 1
1 tlfied
-
- Pleading I the :
on thi At.
! I
MUn
Answer or Plead
t Court on or
i before th.
1K NE AND iRDERED at M ami,
Florid '::.- I luni A.D,
I I! i
E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dad,- County. Flol IS
ill mrl Seal)
B) WM W. STOCKINO.
IVputy Clerk,
ti 2:1-30 7 7-U_________________________t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious
Florida Ituilding Journal al >92o N.W,
Mnd Aven le. Miami, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the llerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PUBLISHERS.
Hopkins PUBLICATIONS
DAVID SHUBOW, I '
23-30 7 7
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
Joseph Bchaffer has i'.hdia-
the SUSSMAS LOAN COM 'ANY. SS8
North Miami Avenut, Miami, Dade
County. Florida, whlcl will lencefortn
h,- continued as a sole proi i etorshlp
bv Meyer Sllbert who has assumed
ail the liabilities thei ol
MEYER S1LBERT
JOSEPH SCHAF
6, 1S-23-30 7. 7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
UOUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
133421
L K POTTER and FANNIE Q.
POTTER his wife, Plaintiffs, vs.
A, THEODORE SWEIGARD, ,-t als,
I fendants,
IN THE NAME OP THE STATE oF
FLORIDA:
To the I lefi ndants:
A THE......RE SWEIOARD, and
if iv i rled, his sp ise, n sldence
and address unknown;
JAMES ALLAN, and If married, his
spousi :. -,,|. : and address llll-
iv n:
ELIZABETH McCARTHY, and if
ma: i Ii ,i. his or hi i spouse -real
di and addi -- unknou n:
EUPHEMIA THOMAS, and if
ma:: her spouse
ddresii unknown.
1 exlstel !' said
- ':. nbi .- ii med de-
n .....I individuals,
g, and i: di a,l. ail unknou n
en ditoi s.
lienors, issig. trustees, ,-: other
claimants under them or either ,-f
them, deceased or otherw ne, claiming
in the property Involved In
th tult, and all other unknown
ties pers ns h.n Ing or laimlng
to have anj i i^iit, title or int. r, >i In
the following den rlbed property, lying
and being In Dade County, Florida:
Lot I, Block 4, Revision of
CORAL VILLAS, a subdivision,
according to the Plat thereof,
-.I- ,i in pi it i:.,k I, Page 27,
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida;
Lot 11. Itlock 2, EI.P.AROD.V
fJROVE, Plat Book IS, Page 36,
tlon :i". Township 52 South
Range i-' East. In the Town of
North Miami. County of Dade,
State of Florida:
I..,t 12, Block 2, ELBARODA
GROVE, Plat Hook is. pan, *;,
Section 30. Township 52 South.
Range 4J East, in the Town of
North Miami. County of Dade,
State of Flol i,la;
You and each of you are hereby
required to serve a oopy OI your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint to
Qtllet Title to and remove clouds from
the titles and equities to and In the
above described property on de
COSTAS, MAER A FLOYD, 307 BIs-
cayna Building;, Miami. Florida, at-
torneys for the plaintiffs, L. E.
POTTER and EANNIK c POTTER,
his fe, ind file Ihe original of such
Answer In the office of the clerk of
the Cli cult Court on or before .he
: | day of July. 1930, otherwise ihe
allegations of said Bill of Homplaint
will be taken as confessed by you
WITNESS my hand and the official
,n the II day Of
3UnV- ,*M E B. LEATHERMAN.
,'!. k of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal I .....
By WM. W. ST CKIXO
Dep ity Clerk.
DeCOSTAS. MALI'. AND FLOYD
Attorneys
Blscayna Building
Mi.ucI. Hori la
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